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Using Bats as Pesticides

March 16, 2020

Tags: Desert & Water Research

BGU researchers say farmers should turn to bats to combat destructive pests that ravage cotton crops.

Why Do We Dream About Teeth Falling Out?

March 13, 2020

Tags: Medical Research, Social Sciences & Humanities

A BGU study shows that these universal dreams are physiologically related and not psychological.

Coronavirus: Israel Response

March 9, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

Better safe than sorry or strikingly strict? BGU experts weigh in.

The Secret to Waiting in Line

March 4, 2020

Tags: Business & Management

New study shows there is a trick to being patient while waiting.

1,000-year-old Hebrew Bible Found in Cairo Synagogue

March 3, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU historian discovered the prized artifact that had been lost for nearly 40 years.

BGU Researchers Prove Vonnegut Right

March 1, 2020

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

New machine-learning tools may help computers shape stories, resulting in better TV and film recommendations.

BGU Researcher Develops Israel’s Newest Defensive Weapon

February 18, 2020

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

The New York Times interviews researcher who invented "Light Blade," which shoots down incendiary balloons.

Dr. Ruth Promises “Good Sex” for Valentines Day

February 14, 2020

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Ruth Westheimer promises "good sex" for donations to her scholarship fund for psychology students at BGU.

BGU Experts Convert Organic Waste to Gas

February 13, 2020

Tags: Alternative Energy, Natural Sciences

Innovative gasification method can reduce the amount of waste interred at landfills.

Stealing Data by Manipulating Screen Brightness

February 13, 2020

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

Hackers can steal sensitive data by taking advantage of color and brightness changes on monitors.