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Justice is Served, But More So After Lunch

April 14, 2011

Tags: Press Releases

Discover Magazine -- BGU researcher Dr. Shai Danziger finds that judges are more likely to grant prisoners parole right after a snack or lunch break.

Justice is Served, But More So After Lunch

April 14, 2011

Tags: Press Releases

Discover Magazine -- BGU researcher Dr. Shai Danziger finds that judges are more likely to grant prisoners parole right after a snack or lunch break.

Judges Less Likely to Grant Parole on Empty Stomach?

April 12, 2011

Tags: Uncategorized

ABCNews -- BGU researchers find that a judges willingness to grant parole wanes with time after a lunch or snack break.

Robots on the Farm

April 12, 2011

Tags: Press Releases

DiscoveryNews -- Farms may soon be staffed by autonomous robots that do everything from harvesting to pest control. New research at BGU focuses on teaching robots to see and learn like humans do.

Robots on the Farm

April 12, 2011

Tags: Press Releases

DiscoveryNews -- Farms may soon be staffed by autonomous robots that do everything from harvesting to pest control. New research at BGU focuses on teaching robots to see and learn like humans do.

Robots on the Farm

April 12, 2011

Tags: Desert & Water Research

DiscoveryNews -- BGU's Yael Edan of the robotics department says the technology is ready for autonomous robots to help out with harvesting.

BGU’s BMI Study in New England Journal of Medicine

April 7, 2011

Tags: Medical Research

Study finds that teens with a slightly elevated body mass index (BMI) are at risk for obesity.

Olives: For Food, Biodiesel, Ethanol and Medicine

April 7, 2011

Tags: Alternative Energy

BGU researchers investigate using waste products from the production of olives as biofuel.

Breaking Barriers Through Water Research

April 7, 2011

Tags: Desert & Water Research

The Jerusalem Post -- BGU���s first Jordanian Ph.D. student discusses desalinization and a road to regional peace through science.

Adolescent Body Mass Index Can Predict Young Adulthood Diabetes ...

April 6, 2011

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases

A New England Journal of Medicine Study following 37,000 teenagers for 17 years found that an elevated, yet normal range Body Mass Index (BMI) constitutes a substantial risk factor for obesity-related disorders in young adults (age 30-40). The research team included BGU Professors Iris Shai and Assaf Rudich as well as the Israel Defense Forces Medical Corps and Tel Hashomer Hospital.