Years of Research May Lead to Desert Truffle Farms
A BGU researcher says cultivating the prized delicacy on a large scale may soon be possible.
Stealing Data From Air-Gapped Systems
BGU uncovered an attack that spells danger for highly secure environments, like governments and business.
Grandparents Are Spoiling Kids With Screen Time
The study hopes to educate grandparents about the impact and proper use of media on children’s lives.
Drone With a Projector Successfully Trolls Car’s AI
Cyber@BGU experts discover tricky ways a car’s weak artificial intelligence can be exploited.
New Vest Lets You “Talk” to Dogs Without Speaking
This haptic vest may also help pet owners with speech impairments or dogs that are hard of hearing.
Saving the Iguanas With Science and Engineering (Video)
Scientists are identifying enzymes that could potentially help iguanas be more resilient to climate change.
Gut Bacteria Could Help Produce Tastier Cow’s Milk
Researchers use machine learning to determine which microbes change cow’s milk and methane production. The analyses indicated that 39 core microbes are more powerful than genes in determining how tasty a cow’s milk is.
Robots May Soon Be Filling Your Online Orders
BGU students develop a trick using stickers to help robots pick up any object despite their size, flexibility and shape. The group has applied for a patent and is now looking for funding – and a name for their new startup.
First IDF Technology Campus Building Opens
The Beer-Sheva campus connects BGU, the private sector and the IDF to realize Israel’s cyber capital.
In Israel, You Say Tomato, I Say . . . AI?
Researchers use artificial intelligence (AI) to identify how tomatoes and other crops react to different climate conditions. The goal is to make crops more robust, while improving their nutritional value.