BGU Debuts Second Autonomous Submarine
Spin-off company will commercialize HydroCamel II for research, security, communications, and military uses.
Revealing an Individual’s Neural Fingerprint
BGU researchers are looking at unique magnitudes of brain activity for early markers of autism.
BGU scholarship recipient develops rapport with Holocaust survivor and it's hard to tell who's helping whom.
Safer Alternative to Smoking While Pregnant
Pregnant women who cannot quit smoking on their own should be recommended nicotine replacement therapy.
Hyperspectral Content for Cameras
BGU-developed software will allow hyperspectral images and video to be captured on cameras and smartphones.
Personalized Robot Helpers Motivate Rehab Patients
BGU finds that patients more likely to do therapy exercises at home with a robot that mimics human movement.
BGU Signs Agreement With Wisconsin Water Council
The research collaboration will focus on developing new water technologies.
Poultry Poop Could Help Save Us From Ourselves
Scientists say “poop from the coop” could be a renewable source of energy.
Your Scale Isn’t Giving You the Whole Picture
A BGU study used MRI to map body fat changes. Participants adhering to a Mediterranean diet fared healthier.
BGU Student, One of World’s Most Prolific Inventors
Assaf Natanzon, the first Israeli to make list of prolific inventors, has registered over 202 patents.