BGU Probes How NBA Games Are Won and Lost
BGU shows that pro basketball teams that come from behind do not gain more overtime wins.
Losing Our Humanities: It’s a National Security Issue
New BGU president, a scientist, says the humanities helps us read, think, analyze, and argue about great ideas. At a time when facts are readily available on the internet, developing the skills of critical thinking is a must.
Introducing BGU’s New President
Originally from Pennsylvania, Prof. Daniel Chamovitz made aliyah in 1984. While at TAU, Chamovitz founded its Manna Center Program for Food Safety and Security and was awarded the prestigious Alon Fellowship.
New Sculpture Trail Brings Beauty to BGU Campus
Leading Israeli sculptors lend their talents to increase the presence of art in public spaces.
BGU Puts a Focus on Developing Entrepreneurs
Yazamut 360 will run courses, hackathons and initiatives to connect students to BGU's innovative ecosystem.
2,500-year-old Persian Military Base Found in Israel
BGU and University of Chicago archaeologists led the excavation of the military camp in northern Israel.
Israel PM and Foreign Leaders Attend BGU Cyber Security Demo
The leaders spoke with Prof. Elovici and Prof. Shapira about the latest cyber security initiatives at BGU.
BGU Launches Student-Run VC Fund
BGU is launching Cactus Capital, a $1 million student-run venture capital fund to encourage student startups.
Water and Food Security: Can We Do Better?
On this podcast, Prof. Weisbrod discusses how BGU is a trailblazer in the field of water and desert research.
A Better Way to Predict Diabetes Remission
BGU develops an advanced scoring method to help doctors predict type 2 remission following bariatric surgery.