BGU Rector: The Road Less TraveledThe academic head of BGU proudly reflects on the University’s rapid growth and the path that led him there.
Face Masks Are Disrupting Facial RecognitionA new BGU study finds that our ability to identify familiar faces has been reduced by 15% due to face masks.
BGU Researchers Discover Plants Feed Off of DustThe breakthrough could help farmers to reduce the use of environmentally damaging chemical fertilizer.
BGU-Sponsored Historic Photo Exhibition Opens in DubaiThe exhibition reflects the rich Jewish heritage in 14 Arab countries.
BGU Prof. Offers Tips for Vaccine ComplianceA BGU expert on vaccine psychology offers 10 tips to get citizens to follow.
Israel’s Oldest Inscribed Seal Sold for a StealThe inscribed clay artifact was purchased from a Bedouin antiquities merchant in the 1980s for a few cents.
Parents Find It’s OK to Laugh About COVIDNew BGU research indicates online humor related to the pandemic is an important coping vehicle for parents.
BGU Education Expert Warns Remote Learning Fails ChildrenIn Israel, Zoom is no substitute for in-class education. Underprivileged communities bear the brunt.
The Forgotten Legacy of 20th Century PandemicsBGU's Prof. Beiner predicts whether COVID-19 will fade from collective memory like the forgotten flu of 1918.
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