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New Sculpture Trail Brings Beauty to BGU Campus

December 28, 2018

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Social Sciences & Humanities

Leading Israeli sculptors lend their talents to increase the presence of art in public spaces.

BGU Puts a Focus on Developing Entrepreneurs

December 27, 2018

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs

Yazamut 360 will run courses, hackathons and initiatives to connect students to BGU's innovative ecosystem.

2,500-year-old Persian Military Base Found in Israel

December 27, 2018

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU and University of Chicago archaeologists led the excavation of the military camp in northern Israel.

Israel PM and Foreign Leaders Attend BGU Cyber Security Demo

December 27, 2018

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Press Releases

The leaders spoke with Prof. Elovici and Prof. Shapira about the latest cyber security initiatives at BGU.

BGU Launches Student-Run VC Fund

December 26, 2018

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs, Press Releases

BGU is launching Cactus Capital, a $1 million student-run venture capital fund to encourage student startups.

Water and Food Security: Can We Do Better?

December 18, 2018

Tags: Desert & Water Research

On this podcast, Prof. Weisbrod discusses how BGU is a trailblazer in the field of water and desert research.

A Better Way to Predict Diabetes Remission

December 17, 2018

Tags: Medical Research

BGU develops an advanced scoring method to help doctors predict type 2 remission following bariatric surgery.

BGU Launches Student-Run Venture Capital

December 17, 2018

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs

A student shares why BGU decided to create "Cactus Capital" for students.

A Great Chance to Work Together for Water Security

December 14, 2018

Tags: Desert & Water Research

BGU researchers say the main reason the region’s seas are diminishing is agricultural overuse. Collaboration between Israel and its neighboring countries could potentially save both the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea.

Our Immune System Is Like a Feisty Invertebrate

December 7, 2018

Tags: Natural Sciences

New study could uncover novel approaches for preventing rejection of transplanted organs in patients. To come up with these findings, BGU studied how golden star tunicate’s immune systems work.