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BGU Discovery of Earliest Writings in the World

August 6, 2019

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Researcher decodes a symbolic system used by metalworkers that could change the way we view history.

How Songbirds End Up in a Tiger Shark’s Stomach

August 2, 2019

Tags: Natural Sciences

BGU ornithologist suggests backyard birds are diving into the sea due to excessive heat waves.

BGU Uncovers How to Disable Natural Killer Cells

July 30, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

The insight, which could lead to new cancer treatments, has already been targeted for commercialization.

Krypton Reveals Ancient Water Beneath the Negev

July 30, 2019

Tags: Desert & Water Research

University of Chicago researchers collaborate with BGU to determine how an aquifer refilled 400,000 years ago.

Babies Identify Figures Who “Deserve” Empathy

July 29, 2019

Tags: Medical Research, Social Sciences & Humanities

The study provides evidence of infants' capacity to empathize and the triggers behind their reactions.

Take a Walk With BGU Through a Negev Vineyard

July 26, 2019

Tags: Desert & Water Research

BGU Prof. Aaron Fait’s expertise in desert viticulture could help a world in climate change.

NY Times Cites BGU’s Reef Project With Jordan

July 26, 2019

Tags: Natural Sciences

Twelve years later, Jordanians create an artificial reef in Aqaba by submerging old military equipment.

BGU Poet Honored as Visiting Artist in U.S.

July 25, 2019

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Dory Manor will join nine other Israeli artists to teach at top U.S. universities from 2019 to 2020.

BGU Develops CSI Tool for Better Blood Analysis

July 24, 2019

Tags: Nanotechnology, Robotics & High-Tech

The chip reduces the amount of blood sample needed from a crime scene for superior identification.

The Poetry of Lali Tsipi Michaeli

July 18, 2019

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

This podcast highlights the moving and eloquent work of a talented BGU lecturer and poet.