Election Day Stresses Out Voters
Groundbreaking study finds that voting is a stressful event and induces measurable hormonal changes.
BGU Students Team Up to Slow the Progression of ALS
Using synthetic biology, the team killed toxic cells while preventing the formation of new ones.
We Are One Step Closer to Hydrogen-Fueled Cars
BGU has unlocked a mechanism enabling the use of solar energy to create cheap, efficient and clean fuel.
Louisiana and Israel Face Water Issues Together
Collaboration with BGU could lead to research that would help Louisiana’s flooding and erosion.
$15 Million to BGU for IDF Move to the Negev
The Israeli government funds will be used toward BGU's $250 million expansion to build a new campus.
We Need to Talk About Something New
Doug Seserman addresses why we should be talking about the Negev--the future of Israel--in this op-ed.
New Method Identifies How Drugs Attack Bad Cells
BGU research mapped out protein interactions to maximize the ability to fight diseases like cancer.
BGU and Chicago Universities Address Water Challenges
BGU, UChicago and Northwestern University exchanged and funded ideas to address water-related problems.
Artificial Sweeteners Are Terrible for Your Health
BGU finds that artificial sweeteners are toxic to the gut and can cause digestive problems.
BGU Launches World Space Week in Israel
BGU opened World Space Week in Israel this week with a series of events for spaceniks.