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New All Hebrew Study Abroad Program with Brandeis University ...

March 4, 2011

Tags: Press Releases

BGU, Brandeis University and Middlebury College have established a joint study abroad program that will be conducted solely in Hebrew. The program will begin offering classes at BGU in the spring of 2012.

BGU’s Study of Drivers Over 65 in LA Times

March 3, 2011

Tags: Natural Sciences

BGU researchers find that older drivers overlook streetside pedestrians almost twice as often.

Hebrew Immersion Study Abroad Coming to BGU

March 3, 2011

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

New joint Brandeis University and Middlebury College program find a natural fit in BGU.

Israeli Robots Wow Supporters

March 3, 2011

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

Dr. Amir Shapiro demonstrated robots that can climb walls and navigate through tunnels inaccessible to people.

“Oohs” and “Aahs” in Danbury and ...

March 2, 2011

Tags: Uncategorized

NewsTimes.com - Dr. Amir Shapiro and his amazing robots of Israel make a strong impression in Danbury and Newtown, Connecticut.

Brandeis and Middlebury Launch Joint Program at BGU

March 1, 2011

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Brandeis University and Middlebury College launch a new study abroad program to be conducted in Hebrew.

Can You Teach a New Robot Old Tricks?

February 17, 2011

Tags: Uncategorized

Jewish Exponent -- BGU's Dr. Amir Shapiro shares real-world applications of the robots he develops.

Video: Sharing Solutions for Desert Problems at BGU’s ...

February 17, 2011

Tags: Desert & Water Research

Israel21C -- Students, academics and activists from around the world came together for third annual conference on desertification.

BGU Students Learn the Language of Medicine

February 17, 2011

Tags: Medical Research

The Jerusalem Post Magazine - BGU's international medical students prepare for their fourth-year internships by participating in cross-cultural workshops.

BGU Receives Grant to Develop Robots That Pick Only Ripe Fruit

February 16, 2011

Tags: Press Releases

BGU researchers have received a $1.3 million grant to develop robots that can sense and pick high value crops.