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.
Striped Hyenas Are Disappearing
A BGU Ph.D. student shares how people abuse these animals, while their body parts are sought for healing.
Dead Sea Scrolls Expert Named Winner of the Israel Prize
Prof. Elisha Qimron specializes in the grammar of the scrolls and has published three volumes about them.
BGU Cyber Security Experts Present in Davos
They addressed the positive and negative impact of artificial intelligence at the World Economic Forum.
Understanding Egypt’s Jewish Bourgeoisie
Dr. Liat Maggid-Alon shares her findings on the lives of upper-middle-class Jews of mid-20th century Egypt.
Helping a Wider Audience Enjoy Broadway Shows
The GalaPro app transcribes performances for the hearing-impaired in real-time.
The IDF Prepares for New Home in Silicon Wadi
The move will enable Israel’s soldiers to attend BGU and form connections with high-tech professionals.
Hits to the Head, Not Concussions, Cause CTE
A new study links repetitive hits to the head with this disease found in football players.
Muslim Albanians Saved Jews from the Holocaust
Eliezer Papo, a scholar on Balkan Jewish history at BGU explains why Albanian Muslims helped save Jews.