3D-Printed Coral Could Possibly Replace the Real ThingSome color-discerning fish even preferred the plastic version when a particular color caught their eye.
BGU Partners With Israel’s Ministry of DefenseIn development will be fiber optics communication at the speed of light as well as high-powered lasers.
“Super Shrimp” May Protect Millions Against DiseaseBGU’s single-sex prawns might also increase aquaculture yields—a boon for the third world.
Printing 3D Coral Reefs to Save the FishBGU marine scientists are working to save the coral before they’re destroyed by the overheating ocean.
How Songbirds End Up in a Tiger Shark’s StomachBGU ornithologist suggests backyard birds are diving into the sea due to excessive heat waves.
NY Times Cites BGU’s Reef Project With JordanTwelve years later, Jordanians create an artificial reef in Aqaba by submerging old military equipment.
Saving the Iguanas With Science and Engineering (Video)Scientists are identifying enzymes that could potentially help iguanas be more resilient to climate change.
Gut Bacteria Could Help Produce Tastier Cow’s MilkResearchers use machine learning to determine which microbes change cow’s milk and methane production.
Israel: Haven for ButterfliesDr. Vadim Khasdan shares a tip on how to attract butterflies and why they are at risk.
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