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.
MSIH Alumnus Saves Victims of Gun Violence
Dr. Joseph Sakran's experience of being shot in the neck as a youth motivated him to become a doctor.
Anti-Cancer Drug Prices Increasing in the U.S.
A BGU study finds a steady rise in the costs of these medications over time regardless of competition.
BGU Partners With Universities in Arizona and Mexico
The three universities will work together on research in fields such as cyber security, energy and water.
City Transformer, the World’s First Folding Car
BGU alumni have developed an electric smart car that folds to fit in a motorcycle parking space.
“Face Blindness” Caused by Lack of Brain Connectivity
Researchers at BGU are using imaging-based tools to diagnose and understand the cause of a rare condition in which people have difficulty recognizing faces.
Prof. Yoram Meital Weighs in on Saudi-Egypt Bridge
He views Israel’s involvement in this project as crucial, based on its 1979 peace treaty with Egypt.
BGU Launches an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
HydroCamel II is being introduced for commercial use in the military, security, oil, and gas sectors.