BGU and Emory University Partner on Autism Research
International research collaboration could bring us one step closer to a cure for autism.
Is it Worth Getting Vaccinated Against Flu?
BGU scientist says flu shots, like vaccinations against childhood diseases, are a social act.
BGU Researchers Invent Sensor to Monitor Water Pollution
New invention will notify farmers of an increase in underground nitrate levels – preventing water pollution.
Dr. Ruth Promises “Good Sex for Life” for Donations
The renowned psychosexual therapist will be receiving an honorary doctoral degree from BGU in May. To commemorate the honor, she is establishing the Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer Endowed Scholarship for Psychology.
BGU Shines While Beer-Sheva Rises as Tech Hub
David Ben-Gurion’s dream for the Negev is being realized thanks to BGU and international tech companies.
BGU Expert Uncovers Medieval Jewish History in Germany
Hebrew texts and artifacts illuminate a thriving Jewish community in medieval Cologne.
BGU Alumni Shine at Consumer Electronics Show
Lumen, a vape pen-like breathalyzer, helps you determine if your body is using fats or carbs for energy.
Unusual Crops Could Become Climate Saviors
As the planet warms, BGU researchers are working to improve crop output in adverse conditions.
BGU Develops Molecule for Fighting Lupus
Miracle molecule can help fight Lupus, a disease that affects over five million people.
Children With ASD Suffer From Lower Sleep Depth
A new BGU study shows that the brain waves of children with autism are “shallower” during sleep than those of typically developing children. These children have trouble entering the deep-sleep phase necessary for rejuvenation.