Negev Teens Make a Splash at D.C. Robotics CompetitionThe team from BGU’s Jusidman Center placed in the top five out of 162 teams from around the world.
BGU Researcher Develops New 3-D Scanning TechniqueScans are made using a robotic arm and water, improving the quality of 3-D object production.
This Versatile Robot Does the WaveAble to crawl, climb and swim, SAW could transform search and rescue, medical procedures and drug delivery.
Startups Based on BGU Research Are Advancing HealthcareFaculty and alumni are among the country’s leading scientists, offering promising improvements to the field.
Bringing Thought Control to Any PCNew system developed at BGU could make it easier for paralyzed people to communicate using a keyboard.
A Robotic Oasis in the NegevAt Ben-Gurion University, work is well underway on the next generation of medical robotics.
Making Injections Faster and More AccurateA BGU-developed robotic needle system can find a vein in 20 to 45 seconds, making deep injections safer.
Meet the Robot That Can Drive Your CarA BGU engineer’s prototype can turn any car into an autonomous vehicle and fits into a small suitcase.
How a Robot Worm Could Make Colonoscopies FunProf. David Zarrouk is creating a tiny ingestible robot that can make cancer screenings less invasive.
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