The Downside to Eco-Friendly CarsBGU researchers find that more green vehicles on the road doesn’t necessarily mean less pollution.
Celebrating American Dedication to BGUThe generosity of the AABGU community was on prominent display at BGU's 46th Board of Governors.
BGU Inaugurates Innovation Labs at WeWork Beer-ShevaThe new space gives students, alumni and faculty a place to advance their technological initiatives.
Why Can’t a Woman Play Tennis Like a Man?A new BGU study explains that a lower net and lighter balls will make women's tennis more competitive.
One Day, Eleven StartupsInno-Negev chooses 11 startups in the field of communication and information to mentor.
BGU and Chinese University to Partner on Innovation CenterBGU and China's Jilin University are establishing a joint center to promote entrepreneurship and innovation.
Dollars and SenseIn a NYT article, Prof. Ofer Azar's research shows we might not be saving as much money as we think we are.
The Science Behind DishonestyThe Washington Post covers a BGU study that shows how winning leads to cheating.
How Winning Leads to CheatingNew research suggests that winning a competition can predict future dishonest behavior.
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