Astronauts to Simulate Life on the Red Planet in the NegevDr. Hillel Rubinstein will head the D-Mars Project aimed at mimicking space missions to Mars.
Icy Surface of Jupiter’s Moon Flows SlowlyBGU research finds that ice may drift across Europa from the equator to the poles, or vice versa.
Israel Excels in Space and Satellite TechnologyBGU plays a key role by designing microsatellites and conducting environmental research from space.
BGU Maps World’s Reptiles for the First TimeThe map reveals where reptile diversity is scarce and will aid in devising a conservation program.
“Super Enzyme” Improves Glucose Level TestingBGU researchers engineer a new method that measures blood-sugar levels faster and more accurately.
Divers Take to Artificial ReefsArtificial reefs are protecting coral habitats and attracting divers.
Last Dune StandingOne BGU researcher is protecting Israel’s unique Nizzanim sand dune in the face of municipal expansion.
BGU to Develop Israel’s First Dark Matter DetectorDark matter has yet to be detected despite being five times more abundant in the universe than regular matter.
Electrified Graphene Is Bad News for BacteriaBGU researchers find that laser-induced graphene is a highly effective bacteria zapper with many uses.
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