Project Milwaukee: The Currency of Water
WUWM (Milwaukee Public Radio) (Radio Interview) -- Eilon Adar, director of BGU's Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research, discusses how Israel's water management strategies can help Wisconsin become a global hub for the water technologies industry.
Maccabees Still Making News
Jewish Telegraphic Agency -- BGU's Professor Dov Gera helps to put the missing pieces of an ancient puzzle back together.
Jewish Journal of Los Angeles -- BGU's president, Rivka Carmi, comments on her concerns regarding future funding for education in Israel and how the state as a whole could be effected.
Device Detects Cancerous Skin Tumors
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers are developing a new device that detects cancerous skin tumors and melanoma that are not visible to the naked eye.
Amb. Ronald S. Lauder Receives Honorary Doctoral Degree from ...
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) awarded American Jewish leader and philanthropist Hon. Ronald S. Lauder an honorary doctoral degree for personal and business accomplishments and achievements that symbolize "the best of the State of Israel."
Israeli, Jordanian Archeologists Discuss Risks to Historical ...
The Jerusalem Post -- BGU's Professor Yossef Hatzor presents groundbreaking methodology to predict how earthquakes could harm heritage sites in Acre and how to minimize future damage.
AABGU Awards Levys For Leadership
Jewish Herald Voice -- The Greater Texas Region of AABGU will present Jill and Nat Levy with the David Ben-Gurion Leadership Award on February 22, 2010.
Anti-Oxidants Possible Buffer Against Onset of Alzheimer’s
Forward -- Dr. Alon Monsonego cited his research, which focuses on the interaction between the immune system and the brain during aging and on the progression of Alzheimer's disease at the Greater New York Region, American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev annual gala.
Biomaterial For Heart Repair Developed
Jewish Herald-Voice -- Breakthrough biomaterial developed at BGU is being licensed by a major drug company as a potential treatment for heart repair.
Come Stand In My Place
Haaretz -- In his new book, historian Tuvia Friling explores the life and death of a Haganah militia fighter and former Auschwitz kapo, and depicts how society dealt with the roles of Judenrat and kapos in the Holocaust.