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AI Firewall Protects Hospital Patients From Cyberattacks

August 30, 2020

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

The BGU-developed system filters out wrong instructions from computers to medical devices.

Can Consuming Your Own Poop Help With Weight Loss?

August 27, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

A BGU study finds taking microbiome capsules of your own feces can help keep the pounds off after dieting.

Israel Uses BGU Algorithm for Quick COVID-19 Testing

August 21, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

The NY Times reports on a BGU-developed pooling method that tests as many as 48 people at once.

The Risk of Less Epidemic Research After Outbreaks

August 19, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

A BGU study finds decreased epidemic research after an outbreak leaves us ill-prepared for the next pandemic.

Israel’s First National Autism Database Launches

August 19, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

A new database at BGU’s National Autism Research Center of Israel will improve autism diagnosis and treatment.

TB Vaccine May Lessen COVID-19 Illness

August 14, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

The protection appears to be significant for those 24 and younger who were vaccinated in the last 15 years.

The Forgotten Legacy of 20th Century Pandemics

August 13, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU's Prof. Beiner predicts whether COVID-19 will fade from collective memory like the forgotten flu of 1918.

Fixing Fat Levels May Lower Risk of Autism

August 13, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

New BGU research finds a link between fat levels and autism. Could diet prevent the onset of the disease?

The Effect of COVID-19 on Developing Countries

August 6, 2020

Tags: Medical Research

BGU’s Medical School for International Health spearheads forum on COVID-19 in low-income countries.

Save the Class of COVID-19

July 29, 2020

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs

BGU students are experiencing significant economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An estimated one out of five is at risk of dropping out, while 70% are facing an increased need for financial aid.