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World’s Largest Cyber Security Games Coming to BGU

August 9, 2017

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

The games give students a chance to flex their cyber skills while meeting top recruiters in the field.

Alzheimer’s Linked to Lack of Specific Protein

July 27, 2017

Tags: Medical Research

SIRT6, a protein responsible for repairing DNA, was found to be greatly reduced in Alzheimer’s patients.

AABGU’s New CEO to Begin in October

July 7, 2017

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

Doug Seserman, current head of the Jewish Federation in Denver, will become AABGU's new CEO.

The Startup Nation and its IT Problem

June 28, 2017

Tags: Business & Management

A BGU expert traces Israel’s shortage of tech workers to lack of computers and math teachers in schools.

Millions Could Benefit From Drought-Stricken Olive Trees

May 26, 2017

Tags: Desert & Water Research

At BGU’s experimental desert farm, agriculture is based solely on the collection of rare floodwaters.

IVF Babies Are More Likely to Get Cancer

May 8, 2017

Tags: Medical Research

A BGU study finds babies born through fertility treatments are twice as prone to pediatric neoplasms.

Exploring the Rich History of Jews in India

February 22, 2017

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

Two BGU scholars recently shared their expertise at a conference on Indian Jews held in New Delhi.

Inno-Negev Showcases Latest Innovations

February 2, 2017

Tags: Business & Management

Demo Day featured presentations of technological innovations developed by nine BGU teams (includes video).

The MSIH Prepares Doctors for Today’s Challenges

January 6, 2017

Tags: Medical Research

BGU's Medical School for International Health is approaching 20 years of training global health leaders.