Coronavirus: Israel Response
Better safe than sorry or strikingly strict? BGU experts weigh in.
The Secret to Waiting in Line
New study shows there is a trick to being patient while waiting.
1,000-year-old Hebrew Bible Found in Cairo Synagogue
BGU historian discovered the prized artifact that had been lost for nearly 40 years.
BGU Researchers Prove Vonnegut Right
New machine-learning tools may help computers shape stories, resulting in better TV and film recommendations.
BGU Researcher Develops Israel’s Newest Defensive Weapon
The New York Times interviews researcher who invented "Light Blade," which shoots down incendiary balloons.
Dr. Ruth Promises “Good Sex” for Valentines Day
Dr. Ruth Westheimer promises "good sex" for donations to her scholarship fund for psychology students at BGU.
BGU Experts Convert Organic Waste to Gas
Innovative gasification method can reduce the amount of waste interred at landfills.
Stealing Data by Manipulating Screen Brightness
Hackers can steal sensitive data by taking advantage of color and brightness changes on monitors.
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.