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BGU Expert Comments on U.S. Aid Cuts to Egypt

August 30, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Cuts won’t influence human rights practices because Cairo sees itself at war with Islamic groups.

Racing to the Future

August 29, 2017

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

Now in its 7th year, BGU engineering students are building their own race car and competing internationally.

Opioid Epidemic Reaches New Level of Overdose Crisis

August 28, 2017

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases

A new study reveals that deaths from overdoses in the U.S. have nearly doubled over the past seven years.

How Your Broken Phone Screen Can Help Hackers

August 24, 2017

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

A BGU research team demonstrated how replacement components on Androids can invade users’ privacy.

The Great Tech Panic

August 23, 2017

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security

WIRED asks a BGU cyber security expert about being spied on through our microphone-equipped devices.

Turkey’s President: Friend or Foe

August 22, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

As the West ponders future relations with Turkey, BGU’s Prof. Dror Zeevi sees an open door for the EU.

BGU Hospital Affiliate Opens for Business

August 17, 2017

Tags: Medical Research, Negev Development & Community Programs

Ashdod’s new Assuta Medical Centers will allow BGU medical students to gain hands-on field experience.

Biofiltration Can Make Our Deserts Bloom

August 17, 2017

Tags: Desert & Water Research

BGU research reveals a way to help sandy soil absorb water in order to aid billions living in arid lands.

Is the Red Sea-Dead Sea Pipeline as Good as It Gets?

August 17, 2017

Tags: Desert & Water Research

A BGU expert questions whether low-tech desalination solutions are being bypassed in favor of politics.

Why You Shouldn’t Put Smiley Faces in Your Work E-Mails

August 15, 2017

Tags: Business & Management

A new BGU global study shows that adding a smiley to a work e-mail lowers the sender's perceived competence and only marginally increases perceived warmth.

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