New Interferometer May Shed Light on Quantum Gravity
A BGU-led collaboration combined two famous physics experiments and atom-chip technology to build a magnet-based interferometer to explore quantum gravity and perhaps even find a fifth force of nature.
CyberArk Inaugurates New R&D Center in Beer-Sheva
Israeli cybersecurity company, CyberArk, has joined Beer-Sheva's innovation ecosystem at Gav-Yam Negev Advanced Technologies Park, along with BGU and the IDF, where they plan to recruit 200+ employees in 2021.
CyberArk Opens R&D Center in Beer-Sheva’s Tech Park
BGU welcomes Israeli cybersecurity company, CyberArk, to the neighborhood as they inaugurate their new R&D center at the Gav-Yam Negev Tech Park and join Beer-Sheva's innovation ecosystem.
With COVID Contained, Israel Lifts Many Restrictions
With new cases dropping to below 20 a day, Israel has retired its Green Pass program and removed most restrictions for restaurants, sports events, cultural activities, and more.
New BGU System Detects Global Palm Tree Infestation
By combining deep learning methods with Google aerial and street-view images of palm trees, researchers demonstrated how to geolocate an infested tree and examine the severity of damage, both in urban and suburban areas.
Researchers Find Mechanism to Refine Cancer Therapies
BGU researchers have discovered a novel molecular mechanism that has a fundamental role in gene expression and is a promising therapeutic candidate to target cancer cells and optimize treatment.
BGU & ASU Awarded Prestigious Energy Cyber Grant
A competitive funding opportunity managed by the BIRD Foundation granted this consortium of international researchers up to $6M to work on securing the energy infrastructure of both countries.
Bug Bounties and the Cobra Effect
Oleg Brodt, Chief Innovation Officer for [email protected] examines the growing Bug Hunter ecosystem and how it is impacting software development and cybersecurity practices around the world.
BGU’s SHE-SPACE Wins Astronautical Federation Prize
This exceptional program for girls in STEM was awarded the G3 Prize, which is granted yearly to organizations who work for diversity in the field of space research and have shown excellent results.