BGU Researchers Communicate with Inca-Style KnotsThe new graphical language can express the fusion of information and the flow of computational processes.
Baby, It’s Hot Outside!Warm temperatures during pregnancy result in lower birth weight, according to BGU and Harvard researchers.
BGU Scientists Have an Epiphany About How Fish FishArcher fish help BGU researchers see that all vertebrates, not just mammals, possess "pop-out visual search."
Getting to Know Nature’s Toughest BatBGU researchers study the eating habits of the desert long-eared bat whose "meal of choice" is live scorpions.
BGU Students Awarded Engineering PrizeTwo BGU students won an award for creating a sensor-based "brain" for air conditioning systems.
“Zombie” Parasites That Control Their Hosts’ MindsZombies may be a thing of fiction, but some parasites nearly turn their hosts into the walking dead.
The IDF “Live-Tweeted” Operation Protection EdgeThe Israeli army posted regularly on Twitter during the war, but didn't actively engage followers.
Scorpions Are Expert ArchitectsA new study out of BGU has shown that scorpions are incredibly complex burrowers.
BGU Research Finds Scorpions To Be Master ArchitectsBGU scientists have discovered that scorpions create a platform where they warm up before the hunt.
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