The Power of the Parabolic Mirror
A BGU solar energy researcher sheds light on the ancient process still used to light the Olympic flame.
Can BGU Help Solve Cape Town’s Water Crisis?
Prof. Eilon Adar says that Israeli water technology can help if it's tailored to local needs.
On Immigration, Do As the Romans Did
For 2,000 years, countries that embraced immigrants have flourished, while closed societies have stagnated.
Building Bridges Through Medicine
Dr. Adi Leiba brings together Israeli and Palestinian medical professionals in the West Bank for training.
Female Physicians Are Less Likely to Admit Women to ICU
BGU researchers found male and female physicians selected critically ill patients differently.
CT and MRI Machines Are At Risk for Cyber Attacks
BGU says strict regulations make it difficult to conduct basic updates that could prevent cyber attacks.
IBM Expands Cyber Security Lab and BGU Collaboration
Located in the Advanced Technologies Park, the new lab will focus on security breaches in organizations.
Astronauts to Simulate Life on the Red Planet in the Negev
Dr. Hillel Rubinstein will head the D-Mars Project aimed at mimicking space missions to Mars.
Medical Imaging Devices Need Better Cyber Security
BGU researchers are warning medical imaging device manufacturers and healthcare providers about cyber threats.
Cyber Attackers Are Winning With AI
BGU cyber security experts share how artificial intelligence is being used to streamline cyber attacks.