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The Future of Wine: Very, Very Dry

October 4, 2019

Tags: Desert & Water Research

The New York Times visited the Negev to learn about dryland agriculture from Profs. Aaron Fait and Naftali Lazarovitch, who are sharing their expertise with European wine growers facing dryer climate conditions.

Brain Damage Can Occur With Mild Head Trauma

October 4, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

BGU developed test detects brain damage without symptoms, a huge help for monitoring athletes and the aging.

First Ethiopian Female IDF Doctor Speaks Out

October 3, 2019

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs

A graduate of BGU's medical school, Dr. Malad-Matzri uses social media to fight against racism in Israel.

BGU Student Recruits Rabbis to Protect Environment

October 3, 2019

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs

Thirty rabbis called on Israelis to reduce single-use plastic to improve health and the environment.

BGU’S New AI Platform Monitors ALS Symptoms

October 3, 2019

Tags: Medical Research, Robotics & High-Tech

Having a dependable personalized prediction platform could improve patient care and drug development.

Pesticides Cause Mysterious Brain Disease in Diplomats in Cuba

September 25, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

BGU Prof. Alon Friedman’s research attributes "Havana Syndrome" to over-fumigation.

Microsoft Advances Ben-Gurion Archives With AI

September 24, 2019

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought

The collaboration with BGU will create a digital ecosystem for Israel studies that can be shared fast.

3D-Printed Coral Could Possibly Replace the Real Thing

September 23, 2019

Tags: Natural Sciences

Some color-discerning fish even preferred the plastic version when a particular color caught their eye.

BGU Partners With Israel’s Ministry of Defense

September 17, 2019

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Natural Sciences

In development will be fiber optics communication at the speed of light as well as high-powered lasers.

Memory Breakthrough Could Help Dementia Patients

September 17, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

Surprised researchers discover single-celled organisms can "remember" where food sources are located.