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What the U.S. Can Learn From Israel’s Mass Vaccination

March 30, 2021

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU's Prof. Nadav Davidovitch talks to NPR about lessons learned from Israel's mass vaccination campaign.

Chronicle of Philanthropy Spotlights $25 Million Guzik Gift

March 8, 2021

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Nahum Guzik generously donated $25 million through his Guzik Foundation for BGU's new Guzik Cultural Center.

BGU Study Finds That Music is a Must For Young Drivers

March 1, 2021

Tags: Research News, Social Sciences & Humanities

Young drivers find it "near impossible" to drive without music.

BGU Rector: The Road Less Traveled

January 3, 2021

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Social Sciences & Humanities

The academic head of BGU proudly reflects on the University’s rapid growth and the path that led him there.

Face Masks Are Disrupting Facial Recognition

December 30, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

A 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 Dust

December 29, 2020

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Social Sciences & Humanities

The breakthrough could help farmers to reduce the use of environmentally damaging chemical fertilizer.

BGU-Sponsored Historic Photo Exhibition Opens in Dubai

December 24, 2020

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought, Social Sciences & Humanities

The exhibition reflects the rich Jewish heritage in 14 Arab countries.

BGU Prof. Offers Tips for Vaccine Compliance

December 21, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

A BGU expert on vaccine psychology offers 10 tips to get citizens to follow.

Israel’s Oldest Inscribed Seal Sold for a Steal

December 14, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

The inscribed clay artifact was purchased from a Bedouin antiquities merchant in the 1980s for a few cents.


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