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.
Striped Hyenas Are DisappearingA BGU Ph.D. student shares how people abuse these animals, while their body parts are sought for healing.
Icy Surface of Jupiter’s Moon Flows SlowlyBGU research finds that ice may drift across Europa from the equator to the poles, or vice versa.
BGU Signs Agreement With Wisconsin Water CouncilThe research collaboration will focus on developing new water technologies.
Poultry Poop Could Help Save Us From OurselvesScientists say “poop from the coop” could be a renewable source of energy.
The Latest Poop From the Turkey CoopBGU researchers find turkey excrement could be a viable renewable energy source for heat and electricity.
BGU and Wisconsin to Partner on Water TechnologiesThe Zuckerberg Institute and The Water Council, based in Milwaukee, signed an agreement in Israel.
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