BGU Takes Step Toward Curing AFib
After discovering a gene that causes atrial fibrillation (AFib), researchers are developing a new medication.
BGU PREPARED Center to Conduct Stress Study
The study will survey youth in communities near the Gaza border, where stress from terror is taking a toll.
BGU Prof. Makes Strides in Autism Early Diagnosis
The technique — which involves tracking the eye movements of children as they watch specific films — could be applicable from about 18 months of age, leading to an earlier diagnosis of and treatment plan for the condition.
One Robotic Arm Grasps Multiple Parts
BGU researchers’ unique algorithm allows the robotic limb to grasp parts of different shapes.
Men Are More Prone to Illness Than Women
Women fight off infectious diseases better than men, but they suffer more from auto-immune diseases.
Autism’s Language Regression Tied to Motor Milestones
Study finds children with autism who lose words crawl, walk and talk earlier than those without regression.
The Future of Wine: Very, Very Dry
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
BGU developed test detects brain damage without symptoms, a huge help for monitoring athletes and the aging.
First Ethiopian Female IDF Doctor Speaks Out
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
Thirty rabbis called on Israelis to reduce single-use plastic to improve health and the environment.