How Newspaper Bylines Paved the Way for Celebrity Journalism
A new study by BGU researchers Dr. Zvi Reich show how journalists getting byline recognition in newspapers changed the way people view news.
Partnering with Singapore to Establish New Energy Efficiency ...
BGU is part of an initiative to create two new research centers in Singapore to develop nanomaterials for more energy-efficient applications and water management technologies.
Watchful Waiting Instead of Immediate Antibiotics Recommended ...
As middle ear infections increase during the winter months, BGU researchers suggest that in many cases the most appropriate treatment is “watchful waiting” instead of using antibiotics immediately.
Do Your Looks Help or Hurt Your Job Search?
A new study from BGU shows good looks can hurt a woman's chances when looking for work.
Personalized Diets Help Older Patients Live Longer
BGU research finds that tailored diets for elderly patients help them live longer after a hospital stay.
Attractive Women are Less Likely to Get the Job
“Good looks” are only sometimes a positive factor in consideration for a job, according to new research from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU). In the new working paper, "Are Good-Looking People More Employable?" two economics researchers from BGU prove that a double standard exists between good looks as a positive factor in men and women.
The First Woman to Lead Israel’s University Presidents
BGU's Prof. Rivka Carmi is the first woman to chair the Committee of University Presidents in Israel.
LA Philanthropist Dariush Fakheri Establishes Project Jacob to ...
Innovative foundation will provide up to $1.2 million to help fund and commercialize BGU research.
Supplying the Missing Building Block in Brain Atrophy
Israel 21C -- BGU's Prof. Ohad Birk has identified a genetic mutation that leads to severe mental retardation and epilepsy.
See the Israeli Spiderman Robot in Action (Video)
IsraelNationalNews.com -- Visitors to the bi-annual Robotics Conference in Israel had a chance to meet Dr. Amir Shapiro's amazing robots developed at BGU's Robotics Lab.