Female Physicians Are Less Likely to Admit Women to ICU
A female patient treated by a female physician is less likely to be admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU)
New Study Debunks Dale Carnegie Advice
Researchers find that direct conversation is the best way to determine what someone is feeling or thinking.
BGU Develops New Stem Cell Method for Boys With Cancer
The presence of spermatogonial cells in the testes of prepubertal boys treated with chemotherapy can be used to develop future strategies for male fertility preservation.
Prolonged Stress Can Impact Quality of Sperm
Dr. Elihu Levitas’ research shows the security situation in Israel can decrease sperm motility.
BGU Speaker at Texas-Israel Cyber Security Conference
Prof. Dan Blumberg will discuss how BGU cyber experts can work with Texas institutions to improve security.
BGU Launches $1 Million Venture Fund for Students
The fund provides students and graduates with micro-grants to jump-start their innovative ideas.
AABGU Donors Honored Posthumously by Israel Embassy
Howard and Lottie Marcus z"l were among 70 Americans honored for their uniquely valuable contribution.
Breath and Urine Tests Can Detect Early Breast Cancer
BGU researchers used commercial devices to detect breast cancer with 85 to 95 percent accuracy.
New Algorithm Locates Fake Users on Social Networks
It is based on the assumption that fake accounts establish improbable links to other users.
First Ben-Gurion Global Health Scholarship Awarded
Shayna Miodownik of Flushing, New York will receive a four-year prestigious scholarship to BGU's med school.