Depressed? It’s Not Because of Trump
BGU researchers find that Donald Trump's 2016 election did not cause spike in depression among Democrats.
Coronavirus Test Shortages Trigger a New Strategy
Dr. Tomer Hertz has developed a batch testing method, allowing more people to be diagnosed using fewer tests.
The Future of Prawn Farming Is Female
BGU researchers find that raising prawns in a single-sex enviroment is good for business and the earth.
How Jewish Mystics Sought to Vanquish the Coronavirus and Hitler
Prof. Yuval Harari speaks to Haaretz about how magic has been used in Jewish history to fight our enemies.
Only Airlines With Strictest Virus Measures Will Survive
Prof. Yaniv Poria says airlines will need to implement costly precautions to encourage travelers to return.
Future Outbreaks Could Be Predicted by Sewage
Researchers could detect coronavirus released in a community's feces even before symptoms become apparent.
Understanding the Challenges of the Post-Corona Economy
Prof. Avia Spivak shares his views on what it will take for the world economy to regain its health.
MSIH Alum Creates SplitVent Device
Dr. Tobin Greensweig invented a device to allow more than one COVID-19 patient to share a ventilator.
BGU Ph.D. Student Designs Face Masks for the Hearing Impaired
Teaming up with a Dimona high school robotics team, the masks are being produced with a 3-D printer.
Nanomaterial Surface Coatings Could Prevent COVID-19 Spread
The paintable, sprayable material provides long-lasting antiviral protection for public spaces.