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BGU in Jewish Herald-Voice’s “Israel at 73”

April 12, 2021

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Research News

In their special edition, Israel @ 73,  Jewish Herald-Voice features a piece about BGU's new climate school.

Red Sea’s Treasured Coral Reefs Saved By Building Fake Ones

March 18, 2021

Tags: Natural Sciences

BGU researchers are studying ways to actively restore reefs and create artificial reefs.

BGU, the Negev Desert and the Future of Wine

January 21, 2021

Tags: Desert & Water Research

A BGU researcher examines how grapes can grow under the extreme conditions that dominate the Negev desert.

BGU Researchers Discover Plants Feed Off of Dust

December 29, 2020

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Social Sciences & Humanities

The breakthrough could help farmers to reduce the use of environmentally damaging chemical fertilizer.

Desertification Conference Focused on Climate Change

November 20, 2020

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Press Releases

The BGU event addressed one of the most pressing worldwide issues: Challenges in a Changing Environment.

BGU Establishes Agricultural Research Institute in India

November 11, 2020

Tags: Desert & Water Research

A global leader in desert agriculture, BGU will partner with India to improve food and water sustainability.

BGU Finds a Way to Stop Cow Farts

May 19, 2020

Tags: Natural Sciences

Manipulating their microbiomes decreases methane emissions, effectively reducing global warming.

The Future of Prawn Farming Is Female

May 11, 2020

Tags: Natural Sciences

BGU researchers find that raising prawns in a single-sex enviroment is good for business and the earth.

Negev Wines May Represent the Future of Viticulture

April 20, 2020

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Negev Development & Community Programs

BGU's Prof. Fait teaches European winegrowers how to cope with climate change.