BGU and Orgenesis Develop New Stem Cell TechnologyThe plan is to commercialize breakthrough techniques for cell transplantation to treat autoimmune diseases.
New Technology Predicts Critical Blood Flow IssuesBGU has helped develop VitalMiner, which can predict cardiovascular failures before they appear.
Robots as Tools and Partners in RehabIn order for robots to be effective in rehab, patients must see them as trustworthy and predictable.
First Israeli Gets Regenerating Knee-Cartilage ImplantThe BGU-developed material regenerates cartilage and bone over time and is currently in clinical trials.
Cannabis May Help Cancer Patients and the ElderlyBGU says cannabis is safe and effective and could help reduce the need for prescription medication.
BGU Conducts Largest Study of the Effects of EpisiotomiesWomen with first-delivery episiotomies have higher likelihood for tissue damage in subsequent births.
BGU Develops New Stem Cell Method for Boys With CancerA cell culture system that changes testicular stem cells into sperm-like cells may preserve fertility.
BGU Student Team Works to Develop New ALS TreatmentThe team of 10 aims to develop an approach that will prolong neuron survival in all ALS patients.
Prolonged Stress Can Impact Quality of SpermDr. Elihu Levitas’ research shows the security situation in Israel can decrease sperm motility.
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