A New Two-Factor Password Method Provides Better Protection
It is not only safer for everyone, it allows disabled users to log in with dignity and privacy.
Drone Bees Are the Future
BGU is developing a drone that acts like a bee to pollinate flowers.
From Israel’s Negev Desert: Cool Tech for Cars
"Car Talk" journalist reflects on his trip to BGU to see the latest in autonomous vehicles and more.
Portable “Chauffeur” Can Turn Any Car Autonomous
BGU's IVO Robot Driver can transform any vehicle into an autonomous one in five minutes.
Misunderstanding DNR Orders Can Be Deadly
Patients who arrive at an ICU with a do-not-resuscitate order face a higher risk of dying within 28 days.
BGU Develops Technology to See in the Dark
The infrared film can convert eye glasses into night goggles, and improve visibility on cameras and cars.
BGU Study Finds Baby Monitors Easy to Hack
Poor password protection makes it easier for hackers to breach the security of smart-home devices.
Robotic Pill, the Next Breakthrough in Digital Health
Dr. David Zarrouk says the worm-like pill can move through the intestines and is remote-controlled.
First Ben-Gurion Global Health Scholarship Awarded
Shayna Miodownik of Flushing, New York will receive a four-year prestigious scholarship to BGU's med school.
Off-the-Shelf Smart Devices Found Easy to Hack
BGU offers cyber-safety tips to protect cameras, baby monitors, doorbells, and other IoT devices.