BGU Prof. Offers Tips for Vaccine Compliance
A BGU expert on vaccine psychology offers 10 tips to get citizens to follow.
How a Memory Card Can Be Used to Steal Data
BGU researchers' AIR-FI technique can send stolen data to Wi-Fi receivers at a distance of a few meters away.
BGU SOS Campaign Saves Students From COVID Hardship
AABGU CEO Doug Seserman explains how BGU has stepped up by establishing a call to help its students.
Israel’s Oldest Inscribed Seal Sold for a Steal
The inscribed clay artifact was purchased from a Bedouin antiquities merchant in the 1980s for a few cents.
A “Green” Mediterranean Diet Is Healthier
Good Housekeeping reports on a BGU study proving more greens and less red meat is better for your heart.
Not-So-Sweet Side Effects of Stevia
A BGU study shows that consumption of stevia might lead to gut health issues.
Randi Zuckerberg Shares Insights at BGU’s eCommerce Launch
She discusses her career path, women in the workforce, entrepreneurship, and much more.
BGU’s COVID-19 Research Report Updated
American donors fund COVID-19 research and financial aid for students in dire need due to the pandemic.
Cyberattack Can Dupe Scientists Into Creating Viruses
BGU research reveals the potential dangers of new 'biohacking' techniques aimed at biological researchers.
A Green Mediterranean Diet Could Mean More Weight Loss
NBC's Today reports on BGU research that a Mediterranean diet with more greens and less meat is healthier.