BGU Conducts Largest Study of the Effects of Episiotomies
Women with first-delivery episiotomies have higher likelihood for tissue damage in subsequent births. The study looked at 43,000 deliveries at Soroka over 24 years (from 1991 to 2015).
IDF Selects Firms to Build Tech Campus Next to BGU
Soldiers will have access to BGU researchers, leading to joint projects and a fertile exchange of ideas.
BGU Attends Young Universities Summit
Prof. Rivka Carmi shared some of BGU's greatest developments at a University of South Florida panel.
New Study Debunks Dale Carnegie Advice
Researchers find that direct conversation is the best way to determine what someone is feeling or thinking.
BGU and Google Israel Launch App Competition
Entrants offer diverse apps from a one-stop shop to help legal guardians to drones for personal safety. Students who made it to the finals were awarded a cash prize that ranged between NIS 1,000 ($276) to NIS 5,000 ($1,380).
BGU Develops New Stem Cell Method for Boys With Cancer
The presence of spermatogonial cells in the testes of prepubertal boys treated with chemotherapy can be used to develop future strategies for male fertility preservation.
BGU Welcomes AJC Global Forum Delegation
American Jewish Committee tour learned how BGU’s high-tech and warm hearts are transforming the Negev.
Dr. Eran Ben-Elia, the Professor of Parking
New podcast, featuring Dr. Eran Ben-Elia, discusses why people might choose one parking spot over another.
BGU Student Team Works to Develop New ALS Treatment
The team of 10 aims to develop an approach that will prolong neuron survival in all ALS patients.
Prolonged Stress Can Impact Quality of Sperm
Dr. Elihu Levitas’ research shows the security situation in Israel can decrease sperm motility.