Women Snore As Much and As Loud As Men
BGU study finds that women underreport that they snore, which could lead to misdiagnosing medical conditions.
Can Olive Trees and Wheat Co-Exist?
At BGU's desert experimental farm, olive trees and wheat are sharing the same land.
Rare Truffle Cultivated in the Negev
A BGU professor is working to commercialize this delicacy for both consumption and environmental tourism.
BGU Tech Detects Cancer Early
Startup based on BGU technology uses artificial intelligence to detect early cancer with only a blood test.
BGU President Guest Stars on BGU Radio
Listen to this hour-long podcast and hear what the BGU president envisions for the future of the University.
BGU Hosts Nutrition Conference
Experts explored the effect of diet on disease, agriculture, sustainability, and national health policy.
BGU Hackathon Births “Smart” Ideas for Education
Winning students created apps that analyze tests, create practice exam questions and assign dorms.
Israel: Haven for Butterflies
Dr. Vadim Khasdan shares a tip on how to attract butterflies and why they are at risk.
BGU Startup Fights Cybercrimes
Morphisec learns how to scramble info in a computer’s memory to make hacking harder.
Jazz Comes to the Desert
A live concert highlights a conference at BGU that will explore the impact of jazz on Israeli culture.