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Entrepreneur & Philanthropist Donates $25 Million to BGU

March 1, 2021

Tags: Press Releases

AABGU has received the second largest single gift commitment in its history: $25 million from Nahum Guzik.

AABGU Mourns the Passing of Philanthropist Alexander Goren

February 23, 2021

Tags: Press Releases

American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (AABGU) mourns the passing of Alexander Goren.

BGU Researchers Develop Fast Way to Manage Schizophrenia

February 17, 2021

Tags: Medical Research

BGU researchers have developed an innovative, faster way to measure the effectiveness of Clozapine.

AABGU Gifts Israeli Consulate General Historic Lithograph

February 11, 2021

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought

The artwork, a lithograph of David Ben-Gurion, is signed by both Ben-Gurion and the artist, Herbert Davidson.

Researchers Say Cannabis Lowers Blood Pressure in Older Adults

February 10, 2021

Tags: Research News

Medical cannabis might reduce blood pressure in older adults, according to a new study by BGU researchers.

BGU Scientist Discovers Camels and Sharks May Help Kill Cancer ...

February 8, 2021

Tags: Research News

Special antibodies produced by camels and sharks may prove to be a powerful cancer-fighting weapon.

BGU Researchers Develop Breakthrough COVID Testing Technology

February 4, 2021

Tags: Medical Research, Research News

“We’ve already successfully tested 40,000 samples in Israel during the first two weeks of clinical operation."

Green Mediterranean Diet Reduces Liver Fat

January 27, 2021

Tags: Medical Research

BGU research shows more greens, green tea, and the superfood, mankai, doubles the reduction of liver fat.

Recycling Single-Use Plastic With Bacteria

January 25, 2021

Tags: Research News

Results of the BGU study could replace the now cumbersome and high-energy using plastic recycling process.

BGU, the Negev Desert and the Future of Wine

January 21, 2021

Tags: Desert & Water Research

A BGU researcher examines how grapes can grow under the extreme conditions that dominate the Negev desert.