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Health Workers Hesitant to Work During Outbreaks

October 22, 2014

Tags: Medical Research

BGU research shows that health workers will avoid work during infectious disease outbreaks.

Murray Shusterman Provides $1 Million to BGU

August 1, 2014

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Press Releases

Long-term AABGU national board member Murray Shusterman is strengthening BGU's security infrastructure.

AABGU Expresses Israel Solidarity

July 30, 2014

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

AABGU leadership attended a D.C. assembly in support of Israel. Regional offices participated in solidarity rallies.

Robots That Can Move Like Humans

July 24, 2014

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

Dr. Amir Shapiro continues his research in developing robots that walk and hold objects like people do.

Ben-Gurion’s Negev Dream Is Coming to Fruition

July 21, 2014

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Negev Development & Community Programs, Robotics & High-Tech

BGU is partnering with the Negev Funding Coalition to fulfill Ben-Gurion's vision for Negev development.

AABGU Forms New Chapter in Pittsburgh

June 27, 2014

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

The new chapter’s chairman seeks support for BGU from Pittsburgh’s entrepreneurial communities.

Working with Local Physicians on Diabetes Treatment

May 12, 2014

Tags: Medical Research

Philadelphia hosted a clinical trial of a breakthrough diabetes protocol by BGU’s Dr. Eli Lewis.

Ilan Dinstein and the Biological Causes of Autism

December 10, 2013

Tags: Medical Research

Dr. Ilan Dinstein's lab in Israel's first to focus on diagnosing autism based on brain abnormalities.

Magnetic Brain Stimulation May Help Smokers Quit

November 14, 2013

Tags: Medical Research

A helmet-like device stimulates the areas of the brain associated with nicotine addiction.