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BGU Scientists Have an Epiphany About How Fish Fish

March 27, 2015

Tags: Natural Sciences

Archer fish help BGU researchers see that all vertebrates, not just mammals, possess "pop-out visual search."

Getting to Know Nature’s Toughest Bat

January 7, 2015

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Natural Sciences

BGU researchers study the eating habits of the desert long-eared bat whose "meal of choice" is live scorpions.

BGU Students Awarded Engineering Prize

January 5, 2015

Tags: Business & Management, Natural Sciences, Robotics & High-Tech

Two BGU students won an award for creating a sensor-based "brain" for air conditioning systems.

“Zombie” Parasites That Control Their Hosts’ Minds

October 31, 2014

Tags: Natural Sciences

Zombies may be a thing of fiction, but some parasites nearly turn their hosts into the walking dead.

The IDF “Live-Tweeted” Operation Protection Edge

September 14, 2014

Tags: Natural Sciences

The Israeli army posted regularly on Twitter during the war, but didn't actively engage followers.

Scorpions Are Expert Architects

July 21, 2014

Tags: Natural Sciences

A new study out of BGU has shown that scorpions are incredibly complex burrowers.

BGU Research Finds Scorpions To Be Master Architects

July 8, 2014

Tags: Natural Sciences, Press Releases

BGU scientists have discovered that scorpions create a platform where they warm up before the hunt.

Israeli High Schoolers Take Top Int’l Physics Prize

May 9, 2014

Tags: Natural Sciences

Students from the Ilan Ramon Center for Physics win at "First Step to Nobel Prize in Physics" event.

What Is Life?

March 24, 2014

Tags: Natural Sciences

Prof. Addy Pross discusses how chemistry research is attempting to answer this eternal question.




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