The Future of Wine: Very, Very DryThe New York Times visited the Negev and met with BGU scientists to learn about dryland agriculture.
An Oasis for People—and Goats—in the NegevBGU expertise helps a desert goat cheese farm master its wastewater challenges.
Krypton Reveals Ancient Water Beneath the NegevUniversity of Chicago researchers collaborate with BGU to determine how an aquifer refilled 400,000 years ago.
Take a Walk With BGU Through a Negev VineyardBGU Prof. Aaron Fait’s expertise in desert viticulture could help a world in climate change.
Years of Research May Lead to Desert Truffle FarmsA BGU researcher says cultivating the prized delicacy on a large scale may soon be possible.
For the Love of WineA desert vineyard is harvesting some of the region's greatest wine, thanks in part to BGU.
Environmental Status of Gaza Poses Threat to IsraelA bi-university report shows Israel’s source of groundwater and thus public health may be endangered.
Saving the Dead SeaIn this NOVA special, a BGU geochemist shows what might happen when the Red Sea and Dead Sea combine.
Can Olive Trees and Wheat Co-Exist?At BGU's desert experimental farm, olive trees and wheat are sharing the same land.
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