Female Physicians Are Less Likely to Admit Women to ICU
A female patient treated by a female physician is less likely to be admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU)
Palau Passes Nationwide Sunscreen Chemicals Ban
The ban is based on BGU research that oxybenzone coming from swimmers’ skin, municipal sewage discharge and coastal septic systems pollutes coral reefs.
Election Day Stresses Out Voters
Groundbreaking study finds that voting is a stressful event and induces measurable hormonal changes.
$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.
BGU and Chicago Universities Address Water Challenges
BGU, UChicago and Northwestern University exchanged and funded ideas to address water-related problems.
BGU’s Cyber Security Tips for the Smart Home
It's "Hacktober" for cyber security awareness and BGU experts offer ways to keep your home cyber safe.
BGU Develops Better Drug to Treat Osteoporosis
Based on a natural protein, this drug could treat this disease and others better and without side-effects.
Dojo by BullGuard Establishes Lab at Cyber@BGU
An international cyber company opens a lab at BGU to collaborate on the security of the Internet of Things.
BGU and Orgenesis Develop New Stem Cell Technology
The plan is to commercialize breakthrough techniques for cell transplantation to treat autoimmune diseases.
New Technology Predicts Critical Blood Flow Issues
BGU has helped develop VitalMiner, which can predict cardiovascular failures before they appear.