Can a Country Get 90% of Its Power From Renewables?
BGU's David Faiman says it's possible for Israel with the right kind of solar energy storage.
Drivers Are As Good As Their Vision
AutoObserver -- BGU researchers find that diminished peripheral vision may contribute to pedestrian-related accidents among drivers over 65.
Rethinking Nuclear Power
BGU's National Solar Energy Center is helping Israel say no to nuclear power.
Egypt’s Changing Face and the Implications for Israel and the ...
AABGU held a special live-from-Israel briefing for its leadership nationwide about Egypt's political crisis.
Bob Geldof to Be Awarded Honorary Doctorate at BGU
Associated Press - BGU to honor Irish Singer and Social Activist at the 41st Annual Board of Governors Meeting.
Sleep Disorder May Spur Men to Head to Bathroom at Night
U.S. News and World Report -- BGU researchers find that sleep apnea, not enlarged prostate, is causing men to wake up at night.
After Japan Quake, Jordanians, Israelis Link Hands
BGU students, faculty conducted an earthquake drill with Israeli and Jordanian emergency medicine teams.
Student Profile: Zahava Mandelbaum
Zahava Mandelbaum studied abroad at BGU's Ginsburg-Ingerman Overseas Student Program.
Artificial Reef Placed In the Red Sea
In April 2007 students and faculty installed the first new artificial reef in the Gulf of Eilat. Now the reef is covered with coral and has attracted fish to make it a perfect alternative dive site.
BGU Student Profile: Sara Tal Kalman
Sara Tal Kalman, 23, is a second year student in the BGU's Department of Emergency Medicine. "BGU is the only university in Israel where I could study for B.A. in emergency medicine."