BGU Technology Filters Airborne COVID-19 Particles
CO2 lasers are used with a graphene mesh to electrocute and neutralize airborne pathogens and bacteria.
Mourning RBG, BGU Honorary Doctorate
BGU and AABGU mourn the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a 2020 honorary doctorate recipient.
BGU Public Health Expert on Israel’s Holiday Lockdown
Can the U.S. learn from Israel's inability to adequately prepare for a future spike in COVID-19 cases?
BGU Researcher Interviewed on Succumbing to Our Vices
During COVID-19, men and women have increased their consumption of alcohol, porn and sweets in equal numbers.
BGU Launches Oazis
The new academic accelerator provides mentoring, workspace and resources to create deep technology startups.
Meet BGU’s President
BGU's American-born president is making higher education accessible for people from underserved communities.
Smut, Sauce and Sweets on the Rise
BGU study shows consumption increased substantially during COVID-19, and men and women turn to them equally.
How Israel Is Coping With COVID-19
BGU research shows meaningful online social interactions assist older adults who are isolated.
NPR Podcast Features BGU Pain Research
BGU research finds that physical interaction with a furry robotic seal can reduce the perception of pain.
AI Could Stop Cyberattacks On Hospital CT Scanners
BGU team devises a firewall to filter out corrupt commands that hackers can send to medical imaging devices.