The Latest Poop From the Turkey CoopBGU researchers find turkey excrement could be a viable renewable energy source for heat and electricity.
BGU Partners With Universities in Arizona and MexicoThe three universities will work together on research in fields such as cyber security, energy and water.
BGU to Collaborate With Universities in Arizona and MexicoThe three universities will cooperate on high-tech research, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Nano Paves the Way for Advanced DevicesScientists created nanostructures with unprecedented optical, electronic and mechanical properties.
Engineers Without Borders Student Chapter Visits VietnamThe delegation explored collaborations in the fields of water treatment, wastewater and alternative energy.
Prof. David Faiman to Receive David Ben-Gurion AwardThe solar energy pioneer will be honored for his significant contributions to the field.
The Downside to Eco-Friendly CarsBGU researchers find that more green vehicles on the road doesn’t necessarily mean less pollution.
BGU Offers Credit to Birthright ParticipantsParticipants took a two-week course in "Global Warming, Renewable Energy and the Desert Ecosystem."
Solar Cells That Improve With HeatBGU researchers are part of a team that has fixed a major hindrance to efficient solar energy.
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