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.
Intercrop Agroforestry at Wadi MashashThis technique ensures continuous food supply, increased economic return and combats desertification.
New Ultrafiltration Method Makes Water Safe to DrinkBGU researchers have developed hydrogel-coated membranes that remove viruses from treated wastewater.
New Membranes Remove Viruses From Drinking WaterThe new BGU-developed filtration method requires little energy and no harmful chemicals, unlike others.
Israel and the Olive TreeFor thousands of years, Israel has been a fertile, natural environment for harvesting olives.
The Water Research Tide Continues to RiseBGU’s partnership with UChicago is expanding its research collaboration after several successful years.
AABGU Philadelphia Gala Huge SuccessThe event raised over $4 million for BGU and a portion will fund the international desertification conference.
A Biblical Miracle Could Have a Celestial ExplanationBGU scientists find a solar eclipse may have helped the Israelites in their battle for the Promised Land.
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