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Robot, You Can Drive My Car

August 10, 2018

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

BGU’s autonomous robotic driver fits in a brief case and can be installed in five minutes. Its built-in adaptive learning ability and multiple cameras allow it to understand its environment and see objects, people and cars.

Smart Sprinklers Aren’t Safe From Cyber Attacks

August 9, 2018

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

BGU found ways to hack smart irrigation systems that could theoretically drain a city’s water reserves.

David and Janet Polak Family Malware Lab

August 8, 2018

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Leadership, Awards & Events

The Lab, part of Cyber@BGU, works on developing AI-based solutions for real time cyber security threats. It has 15 outstanding research students, six research projects and a vision that is realized on a daily basis.

Cannabis May Help Cancer Patients and the Elderly

August 8, 2018

Tags: Medical Research

BGU says cannabis is safe and effective and could help reduce the need for prescription medication.

BGU Announces New Rector and Deans

August 3, 2018

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

Prof. Haim Hames is elected rector. New deans are elected for the Glazer Faculty and the Blaustein Institutes.

NYC Honors GalaPro With American Disabilities Award

August 3, 2018

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Robotics & High-Tech

GalaPro, founded with the help of BGU Prof. Elena Litsyn, transcribes performances for the hearing impaired.

How BGU Is Creating Robotic Life in the Desert

July 31, 2018

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

BGU's ABC Robotics Initiative pushes the boundaries of the field, making BGU Israel's leader in robotics. Read about some of the inventions that will change our daily lives.

Staying Viable in Today’s Digital Age

July 30, 2018

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

BGU professor says technology itself is not disruptive; it has to do with the way people use it.

Robots Are Racing Through Our Blood to Cure Disease

July 27, 2018

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

Dr. David Zarrouk is refining his "gut bot," an ingestible robot that can monitor body functions from the inside. One day, it will replace costly and intestinal diagnostic procedures that look for ulcers, polyps and tumors.

Spies in the Sky

July 27, 2018

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

BGU researchers develop a countersurveillance drone system that captures video.

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