Breath and Urine Tests Can Detect Early Breast Cancer
BGU researchers used commercial devices to detect breast cancer with 85 to 95 percent accuracy.
BGU Is Converting Chicken Poop Into Power
Adding water to poultry waste then heating it results in a carbon-rich material called hydrochar.
This Tiny Robot Can Crawl Inside Your Body
Operated by a doctor, it would potentially take biopsies, remove tumors, deliver drugs, and more.
New Algorithm Locates Fake Users on Social Networks
It is based on the assumption that fake accounts establish improbable links to other users.
BGU Professor Wants to Change How We Park
Dr. Ben-Elia uses a virtual reality game to test why people might choose one parking spot over another.
“Betsy Ross of Israel” Flag Donated to BGU
In honor of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel, AABGU has donated a hand-made historic Israeli flag to the Ben-Gurion Archives. It will be displayed with Ben-Gurion’s diaries.
Realizing Ben-Gurion’s Vision
AABGU President Toni Young explains why the future of Israel depends on the development of the Negev.
Attackers Can Steal Data Via Power Lines
They can exfiltrate data at a rate of 1,000 bits per second from lines supplying electricity to the computer.
Houston Community Celebrates BGU
Daniel Gordis talks about how BGU is the future of Israel at AABGU's Texas Kosher Extravaganza.
Women in Cyber Security Are Making a Difference
BGU postdoc talks about her cyber security startup, Secret Double Octopus, co-founded with a BGU professor.