BGU Students at Forefront of Israel’s Oil ExplorationThey are working with Prof. Harold Vinegar, providing scientific analysis for the oil program in the Golan.
Changing Gender of Prawns to Benefit FarmersBGU researchers are perfecting a safe and effective way to help prawn farmers in Asia increase their profits.
Cuttlefish Can Change Color in the Blink of an EyeDiscover magazine covers BGU research about nature’s fastest dynamic camouflagers.
Unseasonal Dust Storm Attributed to War in SyriaBGU researchers suggest the dust resulted from man-made conditions.
A New Test of Einstein’s Theory of RelativityProf. Ron Folman and his research team put one atomic "clock" in two places at the same time.
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.
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