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)
How Winning Leads to Cheating
New research suggests that winning a competition can predict future dishonest behavior.
Researchers Discover Malicious Computer Code
Until now, "botnets" were largely untraceable, allowing cyber criminals to spread viruses, spam and more.
BGU Inaugurates Center for Female Bedouin Students
This new special student center aims to address many of the unique issues Bedouin women face on campus.
Millions Raised for Cartilage Regeneration Technology
BGU alumnus' device is re-growing bone and tissue for sufferers of injury and osteoarthritis.
Brains Can Be Trained to Regulate Negativity
A simple computer task can change the brain's wiring to balance emotional reactions.
Using Virtual Reality to Identify Child-Pedestrian Behaviors
A new study gives the old adage "look both ways before crossing the street" a modern twist.
Graywater Reuse for Irrigation Deemed Safe
BGU researchers determine that treated graywater does not cause water-related illness.
Water Institute Appoints Noam Weisbrod Director
He previously headed the Zuckerberg Institute's Department of Environmental Hydrology and Microbiology.
BGU Launches Inno-Negev Technology Accelerator
Start-up entrepreneurs will have access to the tools they need to realize their ideas.