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)
Stares Worse Than Tiny Seats for Obese Air Travelers
A BGU study shows that humiliation is the primary source of discomfort for obese airplane passengers.
Bridging the “Gray Divide”
A BGU study shows that while seniors are using cell phones, they may not be reaping their full benefits.
Treating Postpartum Depression
BGU researchers present new guidelines for treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders based on new study.
Why Can’t a Woman Play Tennis Like a Man?
A new BGU study explains that a lower net and lighter balls will make women's tennis more competitive.
New Biomaterial Impedes Bacteria on Metal Surfaces
The anti-adhesive coating could be used on medical implants, surgical equipment and even on ships and bridges.
Fertility Treatment Unrelated to Cardiovascular Risk
A long-term BGU study finds no correlation between IVF treatments and harmful cardiac events.
“Fairy Circles” Discovered in Australia
BGU research provides new insight into the cause of these mysterious geological formations.
Zuckerberg Institute Helps California Farm Reduce Water Use
Prof. Eilon Adar is providing expertise to the first U.S. farm to use drip irrigation for rice crops.
Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Visits BGU
Now in charge of cyber security practice at law firm, he meets BGU's world-renowned cyber security experts.