BGU’s Etgar Keret Wins Prestigious Sapir PrizeKeret received Israel’s most prestigious literary award for his collection of short stories.
Losing Our Humanities: It’s a National Security IssueNew BGU president says studying humanities is essential for well-rounded scientists.
New Sculpture Trail Brings Beauty to BGU CampusLeading Israeli sculptors lend their talents to increase the presence of art in public spaces.
2,500-year-old Persian Military Base Found in IsraelBGU and University of Chicago archaeologists led the excavation of the military camp in northern Israel.
BGU Alumna Tackles Obesity Problem With an AppMyDietCoach helps you lose weight by giving motivational advice and immediate rewards for good behavior.
Overuse Is Drying Out the Sea of GalileeDiversion for agriculture is the reason for the diminishment of Israel’s major source of fresh water.
Smaller Plates Don’t Make You Eat LessBGU study debunks Delboeuf illusion that you can trick yourself into eating less when you're hungry.
Thanks to Wildfires, Some Streams Are Flowing BetterBGU finds, in some cases, wildfires are responsible for up to 20 percent of a stream’s water flow.
Don’t Just Dive Into Action: Stop to Think FirstA new book uses BGU’s analysis of soccer penalty kicks to prove how to be successful and stay relevant.
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