Dr. Ruth Promises “Good Sex for Life” for Donations

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The renowned psychosexual therapist will be receiving an honorary doctoral degree from BGU in May. To commemorate the honor, she is establishing the Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer Endowed Scholarship for Psychology.

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Zuckerberg Institute Helps California Farm Reduce Water Use

March 21, 2016

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Press Releases

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

March 15, 2016

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Press Releases

Now in charge of cyber security practice at law firm, he meets BGU's world-renowned cyber security experts.

A Better Source for Desalination Than Seawater

March 1, 2016

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Press Releases

BGU research finds groundwater from coastal aquifers to be better for reverse osmosis.

The Itsy Bitsy Spider?

February 3, 2016

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

New research from BGU suggests people with a fear of spiders perceive them to be bigger than they are.

How Winning Leads to Cheating

February 3, 2016

Tags: Business & Management, Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

New research suggests that winning a competition can predict future dishonest behavior.

Researchers Discover Malicious Computer Code

January 27, 2016

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Press Releases

Until now, "botnets" were largely untraceable, allowing cyber criminals to spread viruses, spam and more.

BGU Inaugurates Center for Female Bedouin Students

January 25, 2016

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs, Press Releases

This new special student center aims to address many of the unique issues Bedouin women face on campus.

Millions Raised for Cartilage Regeneration Technology

January 15, 2016

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases

BGU alumnus' device is re-growing bone and tissue for sufferers of injury and osteoarthritis.

Brains Can Be Trained to Regulate Negativity

January 5, 2016

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

A simple computer task can change the brain's wiring to balance emotional reactions.