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)
BGU Confers Honorary Doctorates for Excellence in Service
BGU honors three Americans: former Ambassador to Israel Daniel B. Shapiro, AABGU president and author Toni Young, and Dr. Jan Low, food security expert - for contributions to the greater good.
BGU’s Drug Combo Therapy Protects Blood-Brain Barrier
Two FDA-approved drugs, when taken together, prevents development of various neurological diseases.
Milwaukee Artist Unveils Sculpture Being Donated to BGU
“CYBERGLYPH” will be displayed at the Milwaukee JCC, then sent to BGU for installation on campus.
BGU, Bayer and Netafim Collaborate to Protect Crops
The project will combine soil research, digital prediction tools and state-of-the-art drip technology.
BGU Receives Grant for Polio Research
The funds will support the development of a non-vaccine test to diagnose and measure polio.
Fish and Humans Perceive Visual Stimuli Similarly
Both rely on identical visual features ─ color, size, orientation, and motion ─ to search for things.
BGU and Rafael Defense Systems Sign Agreement
Rafael and BGU will collaborate on a variety of cyber security, smart mobility, robotics, and AI projects.
BGU’s Etgar Keret Wins Prestigious Sapir Prize
Keret received Israel’s most prestigious literary award for his collection of short stories.
Israel Invests in Student Entrepreneurship
Israel's Council of Higher Education awards NIS 6 million to BGU to nurture student entrepreneurship.