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Shrimp Eyes Inspire Scientists to Improve Paint Technology

February 7, 2020

Tags: Nanotechnology, Natural Sciences

Nanoparticles in their eyes may hold the key to producing more effective, reflective and cheaper paint.

Caterpillar-like Robot Climbs and Overcomes Obstacles

February 6, 2020

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

BGU’s minimalist robotic tank builds its own track as it lifts up into the air and drives.

Tesla’s Autopilot System Fooled by “Phantom Objects”

February 5, 2020

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

BGU cybersecurity researchers prove computer vision in autonomous cars still has a long way to go.

New Postage Stamp Marks BGU’s 50th Anniversary

February 4, 2020

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

The stamp was presented to Israel's President Reuven Rivlin by BGU President Prof. Danny Chamovitz.

All-optical Encryption Tech Improves Data Security

February 3, 2020

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

New technology protects data by using fiber optic cables instead of digital techniques.

The Unsung Heroes of Nature

February 3, 2020

Tags: Alternative Energy, Natural Sciences

Microbes, found in all lifeforms, can help save our planet.

The Perils & Perks of Social Media in Shoah Education

January 27, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU expert says using social media to remember the Shoah can’t be avoided, and can be thoughtful.

BGU Research Speeds-up Timeframe Needed to Screen Drugs

January 24, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

The new method means finding drugs for cancer and other diseases takes only days instead of years

Child Vaccination Cuts Flu-related Hospitalization by 54%

January 24, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

A new study is being used to encourage parents to fully vaccinate their children.

Did You Really “Like” That?

January 23, 2020

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

New research shows cyber attackers can change what you “like” on social media.