BGU Develops Nature-Inspired Robots
The applications include search and rescue missions, surgery, space, and agriculture.
Partnering With Israeli Police to Fight Cybercrime
BGU's new Center for Computational Criminology will use artificial intelligence to predict and prevent crimes.
Truffle Farms Could Be Israel’s Next Big Thing
BGU is cultivating Negev-grown desert truffles that may boost culinary tourism for Israel.
How Israel Prepares for Emergencies
Dr. Oren Wacht says educating citizens on the correct protocols for emergency situations saves lives.
Mass Media Exposure Increases Demand for Vaccines
Governments and well informed media should work together to contain outbreaks and epidemics.
Developing Israel’s Final Frontier – The Negev
AABGU's new CEO says that the Negev is an apolitical connection to the future of Israel.
Wine Tied to Healthier Arteries for Some Diabetics
BGU studied people with type 2 diabetes who drank wine daily as part of a Mediterranean diet.
BGU Cyber Security Experts at Davos (with video)
They addressed the impact of artificial intelligence - the good, bad and the future - at the World Economic Forum. Watch five-minute video segments of their presentations.
Arab Students Enroll in BGU’s Online Kabbalah Course
The course introduces students with no background in Jewish thought to the major ideas of Kabbalah.
BGU Neonatal Experts Provide Training in Ghana
They teach neonatal techniques and assess operational successes and challenges in two hospitals.