How a Robot Worm Could Make Colonoscopies FunProf. David Zarrouk is creating a tiny ingestible robot that can make cancer screenings less invasive.
If You Fall, BGU Technology Will Catch YouBGU innovation is helping older patients improve cognition, rehabilitation and balance control.
Beer-Sheva Is Flourishing With Medical InnovationBiomedical innovations at BGU are shaping brain science, search and rescue, heart health and more.
The Ingestible Snake Robot That Could Save Your LifeBGU’s SAW robot may be able to take photos and biopsies from within the human digestive tract.
Six Beer-Sheva Startups to WatchThese BGU-connected innovators are among the rising tech titans making waves in Israel’s cyber capital.
BGU Alum’s Mobileye Sold to Intel for $15 BillionFounder and CEO Ziv Aviram graduated from BGU in 1984 with a degree in industrial engineering and management.
FINDing a More Accurate NeedleBGU is commercializing the FIND robotic needle, which uses ultrasound and robotics for guided vascular access.
First Israeli Academic Research Nanosatellite LaunchedBGUSAT is about the size of a milk carton and weighs only 11 lbs.
Inno-Negev Showcases Latest InnovationsDemo Day featured presentations of technological innovations developed by nine BGU teams (includes video).
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