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.
BGU’s COVID-19 Response Effort
The BGU COVID-19 Response Effort is harnessing the University's vast brain power, research skills and ingenuity to help cope with the coronavirus pandemic. AABGU provides financial support.
New COVID-19 Test Identifies Asymptomatic Carriers
BGU researchers developed a test that can speed COVID-19 testing eightfold and identify asymptomatic carriers.
Preparing Kids for a Safe Return to School
BGU Prof. Limor Aharonson-Daniel says giving children the facts of what's going on can ease their anxiety.
Discovering the Key to Reversing Cognitive Decline
BGU Prof. Alon Friedman's work on the blood-brain barrier could lead to therapies for the aging human brain.
BGU Water Researcher Develops Self-Sterilizing Air Filter
This anti-viral solution could be integrated into face masks, ventilation systems for buildings and vehicles.
BGU Med Student Develops Software to Accelerate COVID-19 Trials
Daniel Iluz-Freundlich's software speeds up the enrollment phase of research trials, a key to their success.
BGU Alum Is Evaluating COVID-19 Vaccine
Dr. Colin Fields is making a difference on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle, Washington.
Tracking the Coronavirus Through Wastewater Testing
BGU researchers reveal how environmental monitoring can inform decisions about lockdowns in specific areas.