The Homeland Security Institute at BGU will group together under one roof scientists, researchers and technology experts from a variety of disciplines, including mechanical engineers, geographers, computer scientists, emergency medicine specialists, biotech-engineers, civil engineers, chemists, and more.
Together and independently, the members of this Institute are researching and developing homeland security technologies to protect:
The Homeland Security Institute building will be a state-of-the-art facility capable of supporting the sophisticated research and development infrastructure so critical to the field. It will include:
It will also include extensive outdoor testing grounds that will ensure that University-initiated research yields practical applications beneficial for Israel’s homeland security needs.
Donate any amount today to support homeland security technologies being developed at BGU.