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 Hosts Top U.S. Homeland Security Representatives
They explored CyberSpark, Beer-Sheva's unique cyber security ecosystem with BGU at its core.
New BGU-Developed Firewall Protects Cellphones
It addresses a security vulnerability in replacement phone components, which can hide malicious code.
Ben-Gurion University Hosts Houston Mayor
Mayor Sylvester Turner led a large delegation to BGU to discuss potential technology collaborations.
Adults Can Learn From Babies to Improve Movement
Making exaggerated movements, like babies do, can help older adults fine-tune their motor control.
BGU to Develop Israel’s First Dark Matter Detector
Dark matter has yet to be detected despite being five times more abundant in the universe than regular matter.
Any Network Router Can Covertly Leak Data
BGU researchers have demonstrated that router LEDs can be manipulated to send information to an attacker.
Hope for New ALS Treatment
New therapy uses part of an FDA-approved drug to improve ALS patients' brain function and life expectancy.
New Nano-Polymer Could Prevent Heart Failure
The BGU-developed polymer targets the E-selectin molecule to reverse cardiovascular inflammation and plaque.
Smiling Makes You Look Younger?
In this study, smiling faces were perceived as older than those with a deadpan or surprised expression.