The Latest Poop From the Turkey Coop
BGU researchers find turkey excrement could be a viable renewable energy source for heat and electricity.
Samsung Opens Cyber Security Center in Beer-Sheva
The center will test cyber security solutions for the automobile industry in collaboration with BGU.
4,000-Year-Old Prenup Details Surrogacy Rules
A contract regarding infertility and surrogacy could have prevented the bitter Sarah-Hagar rivalry.
BGU Researchers Crack the Code of Invisibility
BGU researchers have made a breakthrough in manipulating light to render an object, such as an optical chip, invisible. Their method deflects and scatters light away from the “cloaking” chip’s surface so it is not detected.
BGU Hosts World’s Largest Cyber Security Games
BGU is one of the global sites for the competition’s signature “Capture the Flag” hackathon event.
Vatican Cardinal Receives BGU Award
The international honor recognizes a religious person whose deeds reflect tolerance, hope and vision.
Cultural Encounters From Israel to the Hopi Mesa
Ben-Gurion University and Northern Arizona University partner on a unique study abroad experience.
Looking Forward to Face ID
A survey by a BGU cyber security spin-off finds its respondents prefer facial recognition over passwords.
Anti-Cancer Drug Prices in the U.S. Are on the Rise
New regulations may be needed to prevent the rise of drug costs, which is happening regardless of competition.
BGU and Wisconsin to Partner on Water Technologies
The Zuckerberg Institute and The Water Council, based in Milwaukee, signed an agreement in Israel.