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Airbnb to Blame for Steep Rise in Tel Aviv Rent Prices

September 13, 2017

Tags: Business & Management

Rates have been climbing since the company entered the Israeli market in 2013, according to a BGU study.

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.

BGU to Develop Israel’s First Dark Matter Detector

June 13, 2017

Tags: Natural Sciences, Press Releases

Dark matter has yet to be detected despite being five times more abundant in the universe than regular matter.

Advances in Autism Research From the Israeli Desert

May 30, 2017

Tags: Medical Research

On a visit to the Bay Area, BGU researchers share insights into the possible causes of autism.

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.

Three American Researchers Awarded BGU Honorary Doctorates

May 24, 2017

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

Linda B. Buck, Eric S. Lander and Stanley B. Prusiner were honored at BGU’s 47th Board of Governors.

Reflecting on Study Abroad at BGU

February 15, 2017

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought, Natural Sciences

A University of Washington student talks about her experience at BGU and interning in a biology lab.

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.

Humans May Falter in Self-Driving Cars

December 7, 2016

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

A new study shows the handoff of control from car to driver could present too large of a learning curve.