BGU Discovery of Earliest Writings in the WorldResearcher decodes a symbolic system used by metalworkers that could change the way we view history.
Babies Identify Figures Who “Deserve” EmpathyThe study provides evidence of infants' capacity to empathize and the triggers behind their reactions.
BGU Poet Honored as Visiting Artist in U.S.Dr. Dory Manor will join nine other Israeli artists to teach at top U.S. universities from 2019 to 2020.
The Poetry of Lali Tsipi MichaeliThis podcast highlights the moving and eloquent work of a talented BGU lecturer and poet.
Grandparents Are Spoiling Kids With Screen TimeThe study hopes to educate grandparents about the impact and proper use of media on children’s lives.
Turkey’s Killing FieldsThe New York Times reviews a book written by BGU historians about the Armenian genocide.
Space Tech of the Future: Nano-Satellites (Video)BGU's tiny satellites can do everything that a regular satellite can do, and more - at a fraction of the cost.
Remembering the Fallen Through the LivingOn Yom Hashoah we recall BGU research that collected the stories of physicians who emigrated to Israel.
Helping Bedouin Mothers Go the DistanceBGU’s Dr. Sarah Abu-Kaf developed a course for SodaStream employees on balancing work-home priorities.
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