Shrimp Eyes Inspire Scientists to Improve Paint Technology
Nanoparticles in their eyes may hold the key to producing more effective, reflective and cheaper paint.
Caterpillar-like Robot Climbs and Overcomes Obstacles
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”
BGU cybersecurity researchers prove computer vision in autonomous cars still has a long way to go.
New Postage Stamp Marks BGU’s 50th Anniversary
The stamp was presented to Israel's President Reuven Rivlin by BGU President Prof. Danny Chamovitz.
All-optical Encryption Tech Improves Data Security
New technology protects data by using fiber optic cables instead of digital techniques.
The Unsung Heroes of Nature
Microbes, found in all lifeforms, can help save our planet.
The Perils & Perks of Social Media in Shoah Education
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
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%
A new study is being used to encourage parents to fully vaccinate their children.
Did You Really “Like” That?
New research shows cyber attackers can change what you “like” on social media.