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The Future of Wine: Very, Very Dry

October 4, 2019

Tags: Desert & Water Research

The New York Times visited the Negev and met with BGU scientists to learn about dryland agriculture.

AI May Be Able to Predict the Spread of Melanoma

February 22, 2019

Tags: Medical Research, Robotics & High-Tech

BGU develops new method that identifies the cancer cells more likely to metastasize.

Two Leaders Beyond Compare

February 13, 2019

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought

AABGU CEO Doug Seserman discusses leadership commonalities between Washington and Ben-Gurion.

Losing Our Humanities: It’s a National Security Issue

January 2, 2019

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

New BGU president says studying humanities is essential for well-rounded scientists.

Introducing BGU’s New President

January 1, 2019

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

Originally from Pennsylvania, Prof. Daniel Chamovitz made aliyah in 1984.

Secret Genius in the Desert

December 4, 2018

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

BGU's international medical school celebrates 20 years. Meet some alumni who are impacting the world.

Ben-Gurion Day Marks a Vision for Israel’s Future

November 14, 2018

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs

AABGU CEO says the Negev represents a Zionist rebirth of Israeli pioneering with BGU at its core.

Louisiana and Israel Face Water Issues Together

November 1, 2018

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Leadership, Awards & Events

Collaboration with BGU could lead to research that would help Louisiana’s flooding and erosion.

We Need to Talk About Something New

October 22, 2018

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Negev Development & Community Programs

Doug Seserman addresses why we should be talking about the Negev--the future of Israel--in this op-ed.