Protein Discovery Could Aide Parkinson’s Therapy
A BGU study holds promise for advancing cell-replacement therapy in people with Parkinson’s disease.
Meet BGU’s Smart Robots
BGU researchers and alumni are the brains and creativity behind the robots of the future.
Folding Car Aims to Solve Parking Woes
The City Transformer was created by BGU alumni out of the frustration of looking for parking in Tel Aviv.
Lucid Dreams May Be Harmful to Mental Health
BGU researchers find that trying to make yourself dream can lead to stress and dissociative experiences.
The SiliconNegevBGU Startup Competition Is Underway
A 500,000 shekel prize will be given to the winner whose startup strengthens the Negev region.
Never Plug Into a USB You Don’t Own
BGU researchers find 29 types of USB attacks, leading them to recommend people be wary of public USB chargers.
Israeli High-Tech Flourishes in the Negev
Tech7 is an umbrella organization developed by BGU graduates and faculty to support local startups.
Reviving Israel’s Mizrahi Roots Through Poetry
Dr. Hadas Shabat-Nadir explains how Mizrahi literature and culture is being recognized and appreciated today.
BGU’s Lightweight, Low-Cost Robotic Arm
It can used by farmers for picking fruit or in outer space to fix malfunctioning satellites.
A New Two-Factor Password Method Provides Better Protection
It is not only safer for everyone, it allows disabled users to log in with dignity and privacy.