First Israeli Academic Research Nanosatellite LaunchedBGUSAT is about the size of a milk carton and weighs only 11 lbs.
Celebrating American Dedication to BGUThe generosity of the AABGU community was on prominent display at BGU's 46th Board of Governors.
A New Gauze That Stops Bleeding in MinutesBased on BGU research, the ultra-absorbent WoundClot gauze could save lives in battle and in the home.
New Biomaterial Impedes Bacteria on Metal SurfacesThe anti-adhesive coating could be used on medical implants, surgical equipment and even on ships and bridges.
BGU Researchers Create World’s Smallest DiodeA DNA molecule replaces silicon as the primary building block for nanoscale electronic circuits.
BGU Researchers Create Unprecedented NanostructuresUsing a solar furnace invented at BGU, the researchers make pretty big nano-history.
BGU Makes Significant Advance in Graphene GenerationThe new process will enhance energy storage and is faster, safer and green — devoid of any toxic substances.
V-Smart Tech Could Be Answer to Brain Tumor TreatmentTechnology to treat brain tumors is being developed at the Lauren Sciences lab on the BGU campus.
BGU Researchers Bloom with Innovation in BaltimoreAABGU’s recent Mid-Winter Meeting brought BGU researchers' expertise to Baltimore.
back to previous page