BGU Uses Games to Research Driverless CarsDr. Eran Ben-Elia uses game simulations to test people’s reactions and behaviors with autonomous vehicles.
Dead Sea Scrolls Expert Named Winner of the Israel PrizeProf. Elisha Qimron specializes in the grammar of the scrolls and has published three volumes about them.
Understanding Egypt’s Jewish BourgeoisieDr. Liat Maggid-Alon shares her findings on the lives of upper-middle-class Jews of mid-20th century Egypt.
Muslim Albanians Saved Jews from the HolocaustEliezer Papo, a scholar on Balkan Jewish history at BGU explains why Albanian Muslims helped save Jews.
The Psychology Behind Lasting Personal GrowthProf. Michael Bar-Eli shares how the psychology of sports can enhance your performance in management and work.
4,000-Year-Old Prenup Details Surrogacy RulesA contract regarding infertility and surrogacy could have prevented the bitter Sarah-Hagar rivalry.
Vatican Cardinal Receives BGU AwardThe international honor recognizes a religious person whose deeds reflect tolerance, hope and vision.
Cultural Encounters From Israel to the Hopi MesaBen-Gurion University and Northern Arizona University partner on a unique study abroad experience.
“Face Blindness” Caused by Lack of Brain ConnectivityResearchers have found a way to diagnose a rare condition in which people have difficulty recognizing faces.
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