A Green Mediterranean Diet Could Mean More Weight Loss
BGU research finds a “greener” form of the Mediterranean diet that contains more plant matter and far less red meat and poultry than the traditional version, may be even more heart healthy, especially in men.
Moderna’s Tal Zaks Recipient of Ben-Gurion Award
The BGU alumnus was recognized for developing an effective vaccine to eradicate coronavirus.
Desertification Conference Focused on Climate Change
The BGU event addressed one of the most pressing worldwide issues: Challenges in a Changing Environment.
Parents Find It’s OK to Laugh About COVID
New BGU research indicates online humor related to the pandemic is an important coping vehicle for parents.
Israel Awaits Influx of Muslim Tourists
Normalization with the UAE opens up a huge new tourism market that extends beyond Arab countries into Asia.
BGU Establishes Agricultural Research Institute in India
A global leader in desert agriculture, BGU will partner with India to improve food and water sustainability.
BGU Uses Math for Speedy COVID-19 Pooled Test
The new method quadruples capacity and speed, empowering mass testing aimed at controlling viral outbreaks.
Lizard-Inspired Amphibious Robot Runs Across Water
Designed for agricultural, search and rescue and excavation purposes, BGU's newest robot can swim and crawl.
Just Saying There Are Attacks Is Not Enough
This podcast features a BGU researcher who developed a solution to prevent cyber attacks on medical devices.
BGU Monitors Sewage for COVID-19 in 14 Israeli Cities
The researchers were able to measure concentrations of the virus and determine the number of those infected.