Dr. Ruth Promises “Good Sex for Life” for Donations
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.
Artificial Reef in Red Sea Teems with Life
Divers are willing to pay to conserve an artificial coral community, designed and placed under the sea by BGU.
Cartilage Regeneration Technology Receives Award
The cell-free implant enables a single-stage arthroscopic procedure to repair cartilage defects.
BGU Team Develops Autonomous Submarine for RoboSub
A team of 18 BGU students has developed Israel's first autonomous submarine called the “Hydro Camel."
ADHD Drug Can Improve Balance Control in Older Adults
A single dose of methylphenidate improves balance during walking and reduces falls among older adults.
BGU and Sorrento to Develop Anti-Hepatitis C Virus Antibodies
Sorrento Therapeutics and BGU have announced an agreement to develop treatment for Hepatitis C.
BGU and UChicago Collaborate on Water Resources
BGU and University of Chicago will begin funding a series of ambitious water research collaborations.
Exposure to Rocket Attacks Increases Adolescent Violence
Chronic exposure to rocket attacks from Gaza into Israel is causing an increase in adolescent violence.
Oncologists Experience Difficulty Discussing Death
A BGU study finds that discussing death with patients is one of the hardest parts of an oncologist's job.
BGU Study Finds Employees Most Honest on Mondays
A study by Prof. Bradley Ruffle finds employees may provide the most honest responses earlier in the week.