Overuse Is Drying Out the Sea of Galilee
A BGU study finds that increased irrigation diversion for agriculture is causing historically low water levels, not years-long drought.
BGU Develops Better Drug to Treat Osteoporosis
Based on a natural protein, this drug could treat this disease and others better and without side-effects.
Dojo by BullGuard Establishes Lab at Cyber@BGU
An international cyber company opens a lab at BGU to collaborate on the security of the Internet of Things.
BGU and Orgenesis Develop New Stem Cell Technology
The plan is to commercialize breakthrough techniques for cell transplantation to treat autoimmune diseases.
New Technology Predicts Critical Blood Flow Issues
BGU has helped develop VitalMiner, which can predict cardiovascular failures before they appear.
Robots as Tools and Partners in Rehab
Robots and patients can only interact well when they have shared goals, which they pursue through their joint therapy. In order for robots to be effective in rehab, patients must see them as trustworthy and predictable.
PepsiCo Acquires SodaStream and Builds in the Negev
The Israeli-based company is led by a BGU alum who is thrilled with the merger.
The Woman Who Made Beer-Sheva Bloom
As BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi ends her tenure, she reflects on her challenges and accomplishments.
Israel to Allocate Resources for CyberSpark
The government's investment in BGU's partnership will advance Israel’s cyber security expertise and research.
First Israeli Gets Regenerating Knee-Cartilage Implant
The BGU-developed material regenerates cartilage and bone over time and is currently in clinical trials. The next step is to develop implants that are suitable for all patients and do not require biopsies.