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.
BGU Receives Grant to Conduct Oil and Natural Gas ResearchBen-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers have received a grant from the Wolfson Family Charitable Trust and Wolfson Foundation for projects related to oil and gas generation and its environmental impact.
How Octopuses Make Themselves InvisibleScientific American -- BGU researchers reveal how the octopus produces camouflage to protect itself against a wide range of potential predators.
Students from BGU’s Ilan Ramon Youth Physics Center to ...They will be among the world's first delegations of children to visit the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator -- a dream come true for many adult physicists.
Prof. Ashraf Brik Wins Outstanding Young Chemist AwardProf. Ashrak Brik, from BGU’s Chemistry Department, is recognized by the Israel Chemical Society for excellence.
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