The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s Department of Environmental Physics ( has recently obtained a new Phantom VEO 640S. Focused on advanced on-campus laboratories with an emphasis on applied research, the college has been known to implement and lead projects in the fields of science, technology and industry. Through the recent acquisition, the Department of Environmental Physics will be able to use the high-speed camera in order to study spatial instabilities in the avalanche of non-newtonian fluids. By encouraging students and researchers to advance science through new advanced means, it allows them to break through barriers in research.