Israel Discovers OilThe New York Times--Thomas Friedman visited BGU's Annual Engineering Project Day and determined that BGU students are Israel's "oil wells that don't run dry."The New York Times--Thomas Friedman visited BGU's Annual Engineering Project Day and determined that BGU students are Israel's "oil wells that don't run dry."
Reflective Mirrors Raise Solar PotentialReuters--Reflective dishes may be the answer to make solar energy competitive with conventional sources of power. A team at Ben-Gurion University have found just that, in a far less known material that is more efficient when used with a reflective dish.
The Art of the Save, for Goalie and InvestorThe New York Times--Researchers from the Guilford Glazer School of Business and Management at Ben-Gurion University used soccer professionals as a perfect real-life test case of why people sometimes make irrational decisions.
Olive Oil Yields Soar with NMRScientific American--By correlating fruit color with oil content measured via nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), growers can find the optimal time to harvest their olives.
MBA Team Wins Second Prize in Worldwide Intel Competition for ...A team of Honors MBA students from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev won second place in the Intel Education® and University of California Berkeley competition. Teams were judged on emerging technology products and services that could make a significant global impact.
BGU Licenses Solar Energy Technology to Israeli Start-upZenith Solar, an Israeli startup technology company, has reached agreement with BGU's technology transfer company, BGN Technologies, to license solar energy technology developed at BGU.
Ben-Gurion University and Microsoft Announce Agreement of ...Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) reached a strategic cooperation agreement with Microsoft's R&D Center and Microsoft Israel for joint research projects and other collaborative activities.
Israel’s Prime Minister Visits Ben-Gurion University to Break ...More than 300 guests took part in the groundbreaking ceremony, marking the start of work on the Advanced Technologies Park adjacent to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. The Israeli government has already allocated NIS 40 million for work on the Park's infrastructure.
BGU to Invest in Cleantech VenturesBen-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) is investing in Israel Cleantech Ventures, Israel's first clean technology-focused venture capital fund. The Fund will work with BGU to commercialize new technologies and inventions in the environmental field.
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