Why You Shouldn’t Put Smiley Faces in Your Work E-Mails
A new BGU global study shows that adding a smiley to a work e-mail lowers the sender's perceived competence and only marginally increases perceived warmth.
Negev Teens Make a Splash at D.C. Robotics Competition
The team from BGU’s Jusidman Center placed in the top five out of 162 teams from around the world.
World’s Largest Cyber Security Games Coming to BGU
The games give students a chance to flex their cyber skills while meeting top recruiters in the field.
Early-Term Babies Are at Greater Risk for Diabetes
BGU research shows that babies born at 37 to 39 weeks have higher rates of diabetes and obesity later in life.
Cause for Male Infertility Discovered
Researchers from BGU and Soroka have identified a mutation in the gene TDRD9 that arrests sperm production.
Using Your Own DNA to Personalize Medical Treatments
BGU experts are studying human genes in order to treat cancer, boost immune systems and extend life.
VENµS Environmental Research Satellite Launched
The satellite will send images to a BGU lab that will aid in the conservation and protection of resources.
What Mubarak’s Acquittal Means for Egypt
BGU's Prof. Yoram Meital examines Egypt's dramatic changes and what they mean for the country's future.
When Revoking American Citizenship Is Acceptable
In his new book a BGU sociologist discusses the history of forced expatriation in the United States.
To Make Soccer More Fair, Make It More Like Tennis
New BGU research shows that the ABAB order of soccer penalty shootouts gives one team an unfair advantage.