BGU Study Finds Baby Monitors Easy to Hack
Poor password protection makes it easier for hackers to breach the security of smart-home devices.
Robotic Pill, the Next Breakthrough in Digital Health
Dr. David Zarrouk says the worm-like pill can move through the intestines and is remote-controlled.
First Ben-Gurion Global Health Scholarship Awarded
Shayna Miodownik of Flushing, New York will receive a four-year prestigious scholarship to BGU's med school.
Off-the-Shelf Smart Devices Found Easy to Hack
BGU offers cyber-safety tips to protect cameras, baby monitors, doorbells, and other IoT devices.
Rivka Carmi on Breaking the Glass Ceiling (TEDx)
Prof. Rivka Carmi speaks about her own experiences facing gender discrimination in this TEDxBGU talk.
BGU Finds A Better Way to Predict Earthquakes
Measuring electromagnetic radiation is the best way to detect deadly earthquakes hours or even days before.
New USB-Like Disease Diagnostic Kits Provide Faster Results
The kits provide physicians with immediate results and can detect the severity of the disease or condition.
BGU Uses Games to Research Driverless Cars
Dr. Eran Ben-Elia uses game simulations to test people’s reactions and behaviors with autonomous vehicles.
BGU Develops Nature-Inspired Robots
The applications include search and rescue missions, surgery, space, and agriculture.
Partnering With Israeli Police to Fight Cybercrime
BGU's new Center for Computational Criminology will use artificial intelligence to predict and prevent crimes.