BGU Researcher Is On the Verge of a Psoriasis CureProf. Amir Aharoni identified the immune system protein that may be the key to controlling this disease.
Artificial Reef in Red Sea Teems with LifeDivers are willing to pay to conserve an artificial coral community, designed and placed under the sea by BGU.
Prof. Ashraf Brik’s Award-Winning ChemistryIsrael's first Arab professor of chemistry, Prof. Ashraf Brik, has received many awards for his work.
Detecting Emergencies Through Cell Phone UsageBGU researchers balance privacy with need to increase officials' response time in emergencies.
Faculty Profile: Dr. Raz ZarivachDr. Raz Zarivach's lab focuses on the structure of proteins and building antibiotics to cure diseases.
Engineering SerendipityBGU researchers analyze social networks to help companies foster more innovative and collaborative ideas.
BGU and Teva Develop New Psoriasis DrugBGU researchers, together with Teva Pharmaceutical, have developed a promising psoriasis drug candidate.
Comet Could Trigger an Electromagnetic ArmaggedonForbes -- BGU Prof. David Eichler's research sheds light on the damage a sun-grazing comet could do to the world's electronics.
Foreseeing Dead Sea Sinkholes from the SkyDangerous sinkholes are a threat to popular Dead Sea tourist sites. BGU researchers are now using sattelites to predict where and when they will form.
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