Hybrid Robot Can Fly, Creep and Leap Off Buildings
BGU's invention can aid rescue, commercial and military operations.
New Hope for Bone Repair and Targeted Drug Delivery
A peptide discovered by BGU researchers has applications ranging from dental disease to chemotherapy.
C-Section Under Anesthesia Raises Autism Risk
BGU's breakthrough study distinguishes between general anesthesia and other forms of painkillers.
Space Tech of the Future: Nano-Satellites (Video)
BGU's tiny satellites can do everything that a regular satellite can do, and more - at a fraction of the cost.
Remembering the Fallen Through the Living
On Yom Hashoah we recall BGU research that collected the stories of physicians who emigrated to Israel.
Milwaukee Artist Unveils Sculpture Being Donated to BGU
“CYBERGLYPH” will be displayed at the Milwaukee JCC, then sent to BGU for installation on campus.
Helping Bedouin Mothers Go the Distance
BGU’s Dr. Sarah Abu-Kaf developed a course for SodaStream employees on balancing work-home priorities.
Saving the Dead Sea
In this NOVA special, a BGU geochemist shows what might happen when the Red Sea and Dead Sea combine.
Women Snore As Much and As Loud As Men
BGU study finds that women underreport that they snore, which could lead to misdiagnosing medical conditions.
Can Olive Trees and Wheat Co-Exist?
At BGU's desert experimental farm, olive trees and wheat are sharing the same land.