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Israeli Innovation and Technology Blooms in the Negev

June 25, 2019

Tags: Business & Management

SilicoNegev is a startup competition that aims to bring investors and ideas together to grow Israel’s south.

Get-Lawyer App Wins First Place

June 24, 2019

Tags: Business & Management

BGU students developed the app that matches public defenders with clients for a competition sponsored by BGU, Google, Israel’s Ministry of Justice, and the Government Information and Communications Authority.

BGU’s Head of Entrepreneurship Talks Shop

June 21, 2019

Tags: Business & Management

Watch this interview of Dana Gavish-Fridman on how BGU is shaping next-gen entrepreneurs.

The Most Effective Diet for the Worst Kind of Fat

June 21, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

The Mediterranean diet has a greater impact on reducing fat around the liver, leading to better health.

Turkey’s Killing Fields

June 20, 2019

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

The New York Times reviews a book written by BGU historians about the Armenian genocide.

This Robot Will Make Any Car Self-Driving

June 19, 2019

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

Founded on BGU research, the startup IVObility will launch its autonomous driver by the middle of 2020.

Medical Marijuana Helps Fibromyalgia Patients

June 18, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

In largest study to date, 81.8% of patients said their symptoms improved after six months of therapy.

Curbing Liver Fat Is Key to Reducing Health Risks

June 17, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

Reducing liver fat, and not just weight loss, is key to minimizing long-term health risks tied to obesity.

Scientists Replicate the Blood-Brain Barrier

June 14, 2019

Tags: Medical Research

Using a patient’s own cells, the BBB on a chip will lead to more personalized brain drug treatments.

For the Love of Wine

June 14, 2019

Tags: Desert & Water Research

A desert vineyard is harvesting some of the region's greatest wine, thanks in part to BGU.