Overuse Is Drying Out the Sea of GalileeDiversion for agriculture is the reason for the diminishment of Israel’s major source of fresh water.
BGU Announces New Rector and DeansProf. Haim Hames is elected rector. New deans are elected for the Glazer Faculty and the Blaustein Institutes.
American Associates Village Honored for Eco DesignThe student village in Sede Boqer won an architecture award for its unique and desert-friendly design.
Thanks to Wildfires, Some Streams Are Flowing BetterBGU finds, in some cases, wildfires are responsible for up to 20 percent of a stream’s water flow.
BGU Launches the “Green Trail”It’s comprised of 11 stations that highlight the eco-friendly aspects of BGU's Marcus Family Campus.
Wisconsin Teams Up With BGU to Tackle Water IssuesThe projects will focus on detecting contaminants in storm-water runoff and removing pollutants from WI water.
Truffle Farms Could Be Israel’s Next Big ThingBGU is cultivating Negev-grown desert truffles that may boost culinary tourism for Israel.
The Power of the Parabolic MirrorA BGU solar energy researcher sheds light on the ancient process still used to light the Olympic flame.
Can BGU Help Solve Cape Town’s Water Crisis?Prof. Eilon Adar says that Israeli water technology can help if it's tailored to local needs.
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