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BGU Researchers Determine How Cell Phone Conversations Hinder Child Pedestrian Crossing Abilities

BGU Researchers Determine How Cell Phone Conversations Hinder Child Pedestrian Crossing Abilities
28/08/2016

A child pedestrian's ability to safely cross the road is hindered more during a cell phone conversation than an adult’s

BGU Cyber Security Researchers Present DiskFiltration: Data Exfiltration from Speakerless Air-Gapped Computers via Covert Hard Drive Noise

BGU Cyber Security Researchers Present DiskFiltration: Data Exfiltration from Speakerless Air-Gapped Computers via Covert Hard Drive Noise
28/08/2016

The method, which was introduced by Guri and the team, is unique in that, unlike other acoustic covert channels, it doesn't require the presence of speakers or audio hardware in the air-gapped computer.

Three Hundred Million Years Under the Sea

Three Hundred Million Years Under the Sea
17/08/2016

​The eastern Mediterranean Sea contains the world’s oldest oceanic crust still in place at the bottom of the sea, reports a paper published online in Nature Geoscience today by Dr. Roi Granot

Prof. Alon Tal Addresses Israel's Overpopulation in Groundbreaking Book, The Land Is Full

Prof. Alon Tal Addresses Israel's Overpopulation in Groundbreaking Book, The Land Is Full
11/08/2016

Israel’s historic demographic policies are no longer sustainable and the country must actively change direction, according to Prof. Alon Tal in his new book, The Land is Full—Addressing Overpopulation in Israel

Winners of Art Competition for Exact Sciences Students Announced

Winners of Art Competition for Exact Sciences Students Announced
10/08/2016

Sariel Bir, from the Open University’s Department of Physics, won first place for her short story “Through the Tree of Life”

Moishe House and BGU Open A Home for Millennials in Beer-Sheva

Moishe House and BGU Open A Home for Millennials in Beer-Sheva
10/08/2016

20-somethings will create meaningful Jewish experiences and build grassroots community

Vaccines Fail to Protect Obese Mice from Severe Influenza Infections

Vaccines Fail to Protect Obese Mice from Severe Influenza Infections
09/08/2016

This study used vaccines prepared from killed viruses that are the basis of flu shots.

Two International Courses Conclude

Two International Courses Conclude
09/08/2016

Two international courses concluded this week at the University. Each course was attended by 25 outstanding students from India, China and the US

 Prof. Eduardo Guendelman Elected to Management of CANTATA COST ACTION

Prof. Eduardo Guendelman Elected to Management of CANTATA COST ACTION
08/08/2016

COST aims to enable breakthrough scientific developments leading to new concepts and produc

BGU Startup SayVU Selected for Use as Part of the Rio Olympics Security Technologies

BGU Startup SayVU Selected for Use as Part of the Rio Olympics Security Technologies
08/08/2016

It was chosen by ISDS, which is responsible for securing the Olympics, along with Safe City in a Box

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