Startups Based on BGU Research Are Advancing HealthcareFaculty and alumni are among the country’s leading scientists, offering promising improvements to the field.
Bringing Thought Control to Any PCNew system developed at BGU could make it easier for paralyzed people to communicate using a keyboard.
Advances in Autism Research From the Israeli DesertOn a visit to the Bay Area, BGU researchers share insights into the possible causes of autism.
Hope for New ALS TreatmentNew therapy uses part of an FDA-approved drug to improve ALS patients' brain function and life expectancy.
Three American Researchers Awarded BGU Honorary DoctoratesLinda B. Buck, Eric S. Lander and Stanley B. Prusiner were honored at BGU’s 47th Board of Governors.
New Nano-Polymer Could Prevent Heart FailureThe BGU-developed polymer targets the E-selectin molecule to reverse cardiovascular inflammation and plaque.
The Successes and Challenges of Israeli Health CareProf. A. Mark Clarfield edited the first Israel-focused issue of The Lancet, a top medical journal.
A Robotic Oasis in the NegevAt Ben-Gurion University, work is well underway on the next generation of medical robotics.
Cartilage Regeneration System Raises $18.3 MillionCartiHeal, developed at BGU, is starting human clinical trials in the U.S., Europe and Israel.
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