Start of Puberty Is Related to Expected Adult Height
BGU says new findings could change the way developmental problems in adolescents are diagnosed.
BGU Finds New Ways to Make Nuclear Plants Safer
Research enables power plants to generate energy while detecting and preventing severe accidents better.
Two Leaders Beyond Compare
AABGU CEO Doug Seserman’s op-ed discusses leadership commonalities between Washington and Ben-Gurion. Both were intellectuals, voracious readers, prolific writers, and leaders of emerging underdog nations, among other things.
The Future of Encryption in a Quantum-Led World
Prof. Shlomi Dolev is interviewed by Digital Journal on the cyber risks facing a quantum-led world.
BGU, Bayer and Netafim Collaborate to Protect Crops
The project will combine soil research, digital prediction tools and state-of-the-art drip technology.
BGU Receives Grant for Polio Research
The funds will support the development of a non-vaccine test to diagnose and measure polio.
Fish and Humans Perceive Visual Stimuli Similarly
Both rely on identical visual features ─ color, size, orientation, and motion ─ to search for things.
Cannabis May Help Relieve Autism Symptoms
BGU study shows that cannabis oil helps with seizures, tics, depression, restlessness, and rage attacks.
BGU and Rafael Defense Systems Sign Agreement
Rafael and BGU will collaborate on a variety of cyber security, smart mobility, robotics, and AI projects.
New Advice for Type 2 Diabetics: Drink Wine
A BGU study says that those with the disease might experience benefits if they drink wine in moderation.