BGU Startup Fights Cybercrimes
Morphisec learns how to scramble info in a computer’s memory to make hacking harder.
Jazz Comes to the Desert
A live concert highlights a conference at BGU that will explore the impact of jazz on Israeli culture.
BGU’s Nature-Inspired Robots: Video
Dr. David Zarrouk shares his crawling and slithering robots with i24NEWS. One robot can crawl inside the intestines for medical diagnosis and treatment, while another can enter collapsed buildings for search and rescue.
Ancient Jewish Settlement Unearthed in Beer-Sheva
BGU archaeologists find a 2,000-year-old shard of a nine-branched menorah, as well as ritual baths, stone vessels associated with laws of purity, pottery, and lamps decorated with Jewish images.
Fake Cancerous Nodes Trick Radiologists
BGU-created malware lets attackers add realistic, malignant-seeming growths to healthy CT and MRI scans.
BGU’s Cyber Warrior
BGU cyber scientist assumes fellowship at Stanford University to collaborate on medical device security.
Israel and the Olive Tree
For thousands of years, Israel has been a fertile, natural environment for harvesting olives.
Making the Desert a Work of Art
Beer-Sheva is becoming the mainstay of Israeli art in the Negev, thanks to BGU.
Brain-Gurion Hackathon: Video
People came from all over Israel to participate in the 28-hour event at BGU’s Bengis Center.
Open-Sky Drone Policy Poses Cybercriminal Risk
BGU examines how lawmakers and developers are attempting to control drone usage.