Shoes that (Re)Teach the Brain How to WalkDr. Simona Bar-Haim's invention helps people with brain disorders and injuries learn to walk (again).
BGU Research Can Predict Gender of Smartphone UsersAn algorithm developed by BGU utilizes the phone’s motor sensors to determine the gender of the user.
BGU Receives Grant for Robotics to Assist ElderlyBGU will use the funding to develop robots that will help elderly complete every day tasks.
BGU’s App Knows All, Tells All on Driver BehaviorA smartphone app that records driving transgressions spells good news for good motorists from BGU.
Women at Home in the Lab at BGUPresident Prof. Rivka Carmi's mission to promote higher-level academic opportunities for women is succeeding.
Robotics Makes Needle Injection a Push-Button AffairBGU researchers find a way to automate the insertion of needles in child and adult patients.
With BGU as a Catalyst, Beer-Sheva Comes of AgeThe capital of the Negev is becoming Israel’s capital of opportunity.
BGU Develops a Pepper Harvesting RobotBGU and European partners have developed a robot that identifies and harvests ripe peppers.
BGU Students Awarded Engineering PrizeTwo BGU students won an award for creating a sensor-based "brain" for air conditioning systems.
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