3D-Printed Coral Could Possibly Replace the Real Thing
Some color-discerning fish even preferred the plastic version when a particular color caught their eye.
BGU Partners With Israel’s Ministry of Defense
In development will be fiber optics communication at the speed of light as well as high-powered lasers.
Memory Breakthrough Could Help Dementia Patients
Surprised researchers discover single-celled organisms can "remember" where food sources are located.
“Super Shrimp” May Protect Millions Against Disease
BGU’s single-sex prawns might also increase aquaculture yields—a boon for the third world.
BGU Among Top 50 to Produce Entrepreneurs
The University ranks for the first time in the global lineup compiled by PitchBook.
BGU Scientist Makes Smart Devices From Mere Molecules
The possible applications are endless, ranging from clean energy to telecommunications to medicine.
Printing 3D Coral Reefs to Save the Fish
BGU marine scientists are working to save the coral before they’re destroyed by the overheating ocean.
Guest Networks on Routers Aren’t as Safe as They Seem
Companies and homes that run both a guest network and a host network are susceptible to data leaks and hacks.
An Oasis for People—and Goats—in the Negev
BGU expertise helps a desert goat cheese farm master its wastewater challenges.
BGU Discovers the Potential of a New Superfood
Mankai is a new aquatic plant strain of duckweed that is perfect for filling, vitamin-rich smoothies.