BGU Launches $1 Million Venture Fund for Students
The fund provides students and graduates with micro-grants to jump-start their innovative ideas.
Center for the Study of Rare Genetic Diseases Opens
Researchers, doctors, hospitals, and families will benefit from the knowledge accumulated over many years.
New Therapy Converts Cancer Cells Into Normal Ones
Pre-clinical trials demonstrate that this treatment might be effective for lung cancer, triple negative breast cancer and glioblastoma (the type of brain tumor that John McCain is currently battling).
AABGU Donors Honored Posthumously by Israel Embassy
Howard and Lottie Marcus z"l were among 70 Americans honored for their uniquely valuable contribution.
It Makes Financial Sense to Subsidize IVF
The financial contribution of a person born in vitro is greater than public tax dollars spent on IVF.
BGU Helps Negev Bloom Into High-Tech Hub
Among BGU's many innovative technologies, are medical startups and healthy aging initiatives.
BGU Warning Leads Hawaii to Ban Sunscreen Ingredient
Oxybenzone kills coral reefs by causing serious deformities, DNA damage and endocrine disruption.
This Rehab Robot Challenges You to Tic-Tac-Toe
While trying to beat the robot, patients are practicing repetitive reach and grasp rehab exercises.
New Treatment Could Boost Fertility in Women and Men
It increases cell viability and the likelihood of fertilization and embryo generation and implantation.
If You Believe It, It’s True
BGU study says that people reflexively accept information as accurate if it aligns with their worldview.