Female Physicians Are Less Likely to Admit Women to ICU

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A female patient treated by a female physician is less likely to be admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU)
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Cellphones Can Steal Data from Computers

July 28, 2015

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Press Releases

BGU researchers discover how mobile phones can hack into isolated computers not linked to the Internet.

BGU Makes Significant Advance in Graphene Generation

July 23, 2015

Tags: Alternative Energy, Nanotechnology, Press Releases

The new process will enhance energy storage and is faster, safer and green — devoid of any toxic substances.

BGU Develops “Smart” Drug to Reduce Inflammation

July 22, 2015

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases

The dynamic drug, developed in collaboration with U Colorado, will attack site-specific inflammation.

BGU Researchers Develop App to Detect Dangerous Driving

July 16, 2015

Tags: Press Releases, Robotics & High-Tech

The potentially lifesaving app uses phone sensors to assess driving style and phone usage behind the wheel.

BGU and Florida Researchers Awarded Funding for Biogas

July 7, 2015

Tags: Alternative Energy, Press Releases, Robotics & High-Tech

The joint research project funded by BARD aims to develop improved methods of biogas production.

V-Smart Tech Could Be Answer to Brain Tumor Treatment

July 2, 2015

Tags: Medical Research, Nanotechnology, Press Releases

Technology to treat brain tumors is being developed at the Lauren Sciences lab on the BGU campus.

Seniors Surf Online for Sex Information

June 30, 2015

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU research finds that older adults are seeking knowledge about sex from online communities.

How the Wrong Music Can Impair Your Driving

June 19, 2015

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU expert publishes a book describing how listening to some music while driving can be deadly.

Baby, It’s Hot Outside!

June 9, 2015

Tags: Natural Sciences, Press Releases

Warm temperatures during pregnancy result in lower birth weight, according to BGU and Harvard researchers.