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BGU Technology Filters Airborne COVID-19 Particles

September 25, 2020

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Medical Research

CO2 lasers are used with a graphene mesh to electrocute and neutralize airborne pathogens and bacteria.

Mourning RBG, BGU Honorary Doctorate

September 22, 2020

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

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

September 21, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

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

September 17, 2020

Tags: Business & Management

During COVID-19, men and women have increased their consumption of alcohol, porn and sweets in equal numbers.

BGU Launches Oazis

September 14, 2020

Tags: Business & Management, Negev Development & Community Programs

The new academic accelerator provides mentoring, workspace and resources to create deep technology startups.

Meet BGU’s President

September 10, 2020

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Negev Development & Community Programs

BGU's American-born president is making higher education accessible for people from underserved communities.

Smut, Sauce and Sweets on the Rise

September 8, 2020

Tags: Business & Management

BGU study shows consumption increased substantially during COVID-19, and men and women turn to them equally.

How Israel Is Coping With COVID-19

September 8, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

BGU research shows meaningful online social interactions assist older adults who are isolated.

NPR Podcast Features BGU Pain Research

September 3, 2020

Tags: Medical Research, Robotics & High-Tech

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

September 3, 2020

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

BGU team devises a firewall to filter out corrupt commands that hackers can send to medical imaging devices.