BGU Maps World’s Reptiles for the First TimeThe map reveals where reptile diversity is scarce and will aid in devising a conservation program.
BGU to Collaborate With Universities in Arizona and MexicoThe three universities will cooperate on high-tech research, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Northwestern and BGU Collaborate on Water ResearchTwo top interdisciplinary teams create a groundbreaking partnership to solve environmental challenges.
Biofiltration Can Make Our Deserts BloomBGU research reveals a way to help sandy soil absorb water in order to aid billions living in arid lands.
Is the Red Sea-Dead Sea Pipeline as Good as It Gets?A BGU expert questions whether low-tech desalination solutions are being bypassed in favor of politics.
VENµS Environmental Research Satellite LaunchedThe satellite will send images to a BGU lab that will aid in the conservation and protection of resources.
Treated Graywater Is Better for IrrigationTreated graywater is better for crops and soil in arid lands than untreated graywater.
Millions Could Benefit From Drought-Stricken Olive TreesAt BGU’s experimental desert farm, agriculture is based solely on the collection of rare floodwaters.
Electrified Graphene Is Bad News for BacteriaBGU researchers find that laser-induced graphene is a highly effective bacteria zapper with many uses.
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