Staying Viable in Today’s Digital Age
BGU professor says technology itself is not disruptive; it has to do with the way people use it.
Robots Are Racing Through Our Blood to Cure Disease
Dr. David Zarrouk is refining his "gut bot," an ingestible robot that can monitor body functions from the inside. One day, it will replace costly and intestinal diagnostic procedures that look for ulcers, polyps and tumors.
Spies in the Sky
BGU researchers develop a countersurveillance drone system that captures video.
American Associates Village Honored for Eco Design
The student village in Sede Boqer won an architecture award for its unique and desert-friendly design.
Agribots Are Pushing Farming Into the Future
BGU is utilizing robotics, AI, machine learning, and other technologies to combat farming challenges.
BGU Working to Share Testimonies of Mizrahi Jews
BGU partners with Jewish nonprofit JIMENA to help educate students on how to collect oral testimonies.
More Effective E-mail Malware Detection
BGU-developed software detects malicious e-mails more effectively than the top 60 top antivirus engines.
Smaller Plates Don’t Make You Eat Less
BGU study debunks Delboeuf illusion that you can trick yourself into eating less when you're hungry.
Thanks to Wildfires, Some Streams Are Flowing Better
BGU finds, in some cases, wildfires are responsible for up to 20 percent of a stream’s water flow.
BGU Lecturer Among Most Influential Women in Israel
Dr. Sarah Abu-Kaf has been selected by "Forbes Israel" as one of the 50 most influential women in Israel.