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)
BGU Launches Inno-Negev Technology Accelerator
Start-up entrepreneurs will have access to the tools they need to realize their ideas.
BGU Students at Forefront of Israel’s Oil Exploration
They are working with Prof. Harold Vinegar, providing scientific analysis for the oil program in the Golan.
BGU Student Team Wins Competition for Cancer Therapy
BGU students are the first Israelis to become finalists. 259 teams from around the world competed in Boston.
Mothers Help Daughters Obtain Positive Body Image
A new study focuses on combating body dissatisfaction that could otherwise lead to eating disorders.
How to Profile Would-Be School Shooters
Prof. Yair Neuman has developed a program that could identify the student most likely to hurt his peers.
Similarities Between Leukemia and AIDS Discovered
Dr. Ran Taube's discovery could lead to the prevention of HIV and destruction of the virus.
Social Media Transforms Emergency Communication
Research from BGU finds that social media is the go-to communication method during emergencies.
BGU to Develop System to Lower Community Energy Use
With funding from the EU, BGU will develop a cost-effective system for Net Zero Energy communities.
Cellphones Can Steal Data from Computers
BGU researchers discover how mobile phones can hack into isolated computers not linked to the Internet.