Continuing a Legacy of Water DesalinationBGU scientists are improving reverse osmosis desalination, first developed by BGU's Prof. Sidney Loeb.
Graywater Reuse for Irrigation Deemed SafeBGU researchers determine that treated graywater does not cause water-related illness.
Gift Idea: Let There Be WaterThis bestseller makes a great Chanukah gift! Read the book review by AABGU's president.
Water Institute Appoints Noam Weisbrod DirectorHe previously headed the Zuckerberg Institute's Department of Environmental Hydrology and Microbiology.
BGU and UChicago Continue Making StridesProf. Moshe Gottlieb and partners in Chicago are solving some of the most pressing water issues.
What Fairy Circles Teach Us About ScienceA BGU doctoral student sheds light on a mysterious ecological phenomenon.
BGU to Develop System to Lower Community Energy UseWith funding from the EU, BGU will develop a cost-effective system for Net Zero Energy communities.
New Israeli Tech, Old Bedouin Ways at Wadi AttirBGU researchers help create a sustainable agriculture initiative in the Negev Bedouin community.
As California Drought Marches On, Israel Marches InProf. Eilon Adar encourages California to treat water as a commodity, like oil or gas, as Israel does.
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