BGU Launches Student-Run Venture Capital
A student shares why BGU decided to create "Cactus Capital" for students.
A Great Chance to Work Together for Water Security
BGU researchers say the main reason the region’s seas are diminishing is agricultural overuse. Collaboration between Israel and its neighboring countries could potentially save both the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea.
Our Immune System Is Like a Feisty Invertebrate
New study could uncover novel approaches for preventing rejection of transplanted organs in patients. To come up with these findings, BGU studied how golden star tunicate’s immune systems work.
Secret Genius in the Desert
BGU's international medical school celebrates 20 years. Meet some alumni who are impacting the world.
Hospitals, Hacks and Medical Safety
A BGU researcher warns about cyberattacks on medical equipment at a conference in Chicago. The attacks go further than financial fallout and place patients' health at risk by targeting medical imaging machines.
Prof. Rivka Carmi Is Breaking Israel’s Glass Ceiling
"Moment" recognizes the BGU president as one of six women breaking barriers in Israel.
Back to the Future: 21st-Century Zionism
“I think of Ben-Gurion as the Yoda of the Jews, small in size but wise and powerful,” AABGU CEO Doug Seserman tells “Moment” in a recent interview. Ben-Gurion's vision for the Negev is one American Jewry can relate to today.
BGU Innovation Treats the Sick
AI is transforming medicine, providing immediate treatment options and reducing health care costs.
BGU Alumna Tackles Obesity Problem With an App
MyDietCoach helps you lose weight by giving motivational advice and immediate rewards for good behavior.
Pardon Me, Turkey, Is This Stool Taken?
BGU scientists turn poultry poop into fuel, providing a renewable energy resource.