Israel and the Olive Tree
For thousands of years, Israel has been a fertile, natural environment for harvesting olives.
Making the Desert a Work of Art
Beer-Sheva is becoming the mainstay of Israeli art in the Negev, thanks to BGU.
Brain-Gurion Hackathon: Video
People came from all over Israel to participate in the 28-hour event at BGU’s Bengis Center.
Open-Sky Drone Policy Poses Cybercriminal Risk
BGU examines how lawmakers and developers are attempting to control drone usage.
Campaign Polls Influence Election Results
BGU study using AI shows that people tend to vote for the candidate who is leading in the polls.
BGU Opens National Autism Research Center
The facility aims to be the nation’s top source of information for scientists and clinicians.
Israel Dedicates Two Cyber Grants for BGU
Israel’s President Rivlin made the announcement during a recent tour of the University’s cyber labs.
BGU Finds a Way to Help Reverse Desertification
Desertification can be reversed by intervening at the desert border in the form of “vegetation fingers.”
BGU and Rafael Collaborate on Cyber Defense
They will develop cutting-edge cyber defenses for autonomous vehicles, as well as other technologies.
Home Births Three Times More Dangerous Than at Hospitals
BGU found that 15 out of every 1,000 babies born in non-hospital settings are at risk of death.