BGU Expert Comments on U.S. Aid Cuts to Egypt
Cuts won’t influence human rights practices because Cairo sees itself at war with Islamic groups.
Racing to the Future
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
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
A BGU research team demonstrated how replacement components on Androids can invade users’ privacy.
The Great Tech Panic
WIRED asks a BGU cyber security expert about being spied on through our microphone-equipped devices.
Turkey’s President: Friend or Foe
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
Ashdod’s new Assuta Medical Centers will allow BGU medical students to gain hands-on field experience.
Biofiltration Can Make Our Deserts Bloom
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?
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
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.