Applying Jewish Law to Modern Medical Ethics
BGU’s international medical school director discusses applying Jewish medical ethics during COVID-19.
BGU Identifies Malicious Drone Operators
Through neutral networking designed to block out competing signals, BGU researchers can now predict the location of a drone operator with 78% accuracy. Continued research could provide insight into a drone operator's training.
AI Reveals Zoom’s Privacy Risks
New BGU research uncovers privacy risks for people and organizations using Zoom video conferencing.
A Solar Powered System for Israel and its Neighbors
BGU professor emeritus explains how solar energy could power nearly all of Israel, Egypt and Jordan.
Cuddling A Furry Robot Makes Life Less Painful
A BGU study shows that physically interacting with a robotic seal can reduce the perception of pain.
Ibuprofen Does Not Aggravate COVID-19
Contrary to French findings, BGU researchers conclude the use of ibuprofen does not exacerbate COVID-19.
AI Lifeguards Save Swimmers in Distress
Funded by BGU and founded by alumni, Sightbit's smart tech augments lifeguards' abilities to save lives.
New Test for Degenerative Brain Injury in Athletes
Through new brain imaging and analytical methods, BGU researchers can detect neuro-degenerative disease.
Building An Innovation Ecosystem in the Desert
From cybersecurity to desert tech, BGU is pioneering the future of the Negev.
Cavity Fighting Dill Pickles
BGU research finds probiotics in pickled fruits and vegetables advance dental health.