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Faculty Profile: Avraham Parola

December 1, 2011

Tags: Medical Research, Natural Sciences

A biophysical chemist, Prof. Avraham Parola's work is focused on cancer research.

Reaching the Youth of Israel’s Periphery

August 26, 2011

Tags: Natural Sciences, Negev Development & Community Programs

BGU is bringing quality science education to the children of the Negev at the Ilan Ramon Youth Physics Center.

BGU Study Finds 14 Different Kinds of Noses

August 3, 2011

Tags: Medical Research, Natural Sciences

Prof. Abraham Tamir has completed the first-ever survey that categorizes the shape of human noses.

BGU Study Finds 14 Different Kinds of Noses

August 3, 2011

Tags: Medical Research, Natural Sciences

Prof. Abraham Tamir has completed the first-ever survey that categorizes the shape of human noses.

BGU’s Study of Drivers Over 65 in LA Times

March 3, 2011

Tags: Natural Sciences

BGU researchers find that older drivers overlook streetside pedestrians almost twice as often.

Commercial Development Agreement for BGU’s Green Algae ...

January 26, 2011

Tags: Medical Research, Natural Sciences, Press Releases

BGU and Thailand's PPT Chemical to collabortate on pharmaceutical treatments for chronic inflammation, high blood pressure, cholesterol levels and heart attack risks.

Stealth Malware Steals, Imitates Social Behavior

October 18, 2010

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Natural Sciences

BGU computer scientists predict new malware that distribute information about your friends to spammers.

Algae Strain Identified to Reduce Cholesterol, Blood Pressure and ...

May 4, 2010

Tags: Medical Research, Natural Sciences, Press Releases

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers have isolated a microalgal strain which produces large amounts of a polyunsaturated fatty acid that could reduce blood pressure, chronic inflammation and blood cholesterol level, reducing the risk for heart attacks.

New Life for the Dead Sea?

April 21, 2010

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Natural Sciences, Negev Development & Community Programs

Nature -- A conduit from the Red Sea could restore the disappearing Dead Sea and slake the region's thirst. But such a massive engineering project could have untold effects, say Ben-Gurion University researchers.




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