Engineers Without Borders Student Chapter Visits VietnamThe delegation explored collaborations in the fields of water treatment, wastewater and alternative energy.
A Robot Cockroach May One Day Save Your LifeBGU researchers build a one-motor robot that can move in multiple directions, an engineering first.
Children on Cell Phones in Danger Crossing the StreetUsing virtual simulation, BGU researchers raise concerns about child-pedestrians.
Slithering Robot Is an Engineering FirstThe Single-Actuator Robot developed by BGU engineers can move with no internal straight spine.
BGU Student-Created Technology Used at Rio OlympicsThe app, "SayVU," sends a distress signal to an emergency hotline without having to access it.
BGU Researcher Creates First Wave-Propelled RobotThe new 3D-printed robot has applications in medicine, homeland security, and search and rescue.
This Robot Has All the Right MovesA robot created by BGU researchers can traverse a variety of tough surfaces by doing “the worm.”
Israeli High-Tech Blooms in the DesertBeer-Sheva's Advanced Technologies Park is just the start of a science and innovation region in the Negev.
Beer-Sheva Is in High Demand for High-TechThe Washington Post reports on how young talent is gravitating toward the capital of the Negev.
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