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)
Are Math Abilities Learned or Innate?
BGU researchers debunk the consensus that math skills are something we're simply born with.
Possible Genetic Basis for Autism Discovered
This breakthrough by BGU researchers could help lead to earlier diagnosis of the mysterious disorder.
Helping Breastfeeding Mothers Diagnose Pain
BGU researchers find a novel, easy way to help new mothers target and alleviate breastfeeding pain quickly.
2020 Vision Fundraising Campaign Launched
The worldwide $500 million campaign launched with a surprise performance by Fiddler on the Roof cast members.
The Science Behind Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes
A BGU researcher uses fMRI to show how taking another's perspective can change your own emotional response.
New Study Uncovers Gene That Could Lead to ALS Therapies
Modulating the "MIF" gene could play a role in treating the illness also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Toni Young Elected AABGU President
"I'm particularly thrilled to serve during the BGU 2020 Vision 50th Anniversary Campaign," she says.
Children on Cell Phones in Danger Crossing the Street
Using virtual simulation, BGU researchers raise concerns about child-pedestrians.
BGU Student-Created Technology Used at Rio Olympics
The app, "SayVU," sends a distress signal to an emergency hotline without having to access it.