Scientists Replicate the Blood-Brain Barrier
Using a patient’s own cells, the BBB on a chip will lead to more personalized brain drug treatments.
For the Love of Wine
A desert vineyard is harvesting some of the region's greatest wine, thanks in part to BGU.
MSIH Student: Tales from a Mexican Operating Room
Aaron Hochman-Zimmerman recalls his rotation spent in Mexico City as part of his global health studies.
A Uranium-Free Method for Nuclear Medicine Imaging
BGU creates a novel way to produce radioisotopes that is cheaper and more environmentally feasible.
BGU Cracks Next-Level Keyboard Hacking
Researchers develop malware that can mimic a user’s identity through their keystrokes.
The Way We Were: Biography of the 1948 Generation
Prof. Hanna Yablonka discusses her new book in this 40-minute podcast.
Environmental Status of Gaza Poses Threat to Israel
BGU and Tel Aviv University’s report shows that pollution and water contamination in Gaza will create a security threat for Israel if action is not taken immediately.
NIBN Expands Biotech in the Negev
As BGU’s biotech institute connects research with industry, more jobs are created for graduates.
BGU’s Drug Combo Therapy Protects Blood-Brain Barrier
Two FDA-approved drugs, when taken together, prevents development of various neurological diseases.
BGU and Rafael Celebrate New R&D Center in the ATP
The collaboration allows Rafael to expand career opportunities for BGU graduates.