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BGU Hosts Regional Water Cooperation Conference

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Scientists from the West Bank, Gaza, Jordan and Israel participated in a conference on water production.

BGU Hosts Conference on Regional Water Cooperation

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Water scientists and engineers from Israel, the West Bank and Gaza converged on BGU's Sede Boqer campus.

Make Water Not War

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Prof. Eilon Adar, director of BGU's Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research, talks water scarcity, war and peace in the Middle East.

BGU Helps Combat Water Scarcity

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BBC World News -- BGU's Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research is developing advanced desalination techniques to increase the world's supply of usable water.

Water Lessons from Israel

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The Environment Report -- Listen to the podcast about innovative ways farmers in Israel's Negev desert are growing crops despite water scarcity.

Project Milwaukee: The Currency of Water

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WUWM (Milwaukee Public Radio) (Radio Interview) -- Eilon Adar, director of BGU's Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research, discusses how Israel's water management strategies can help Wisconsin become a global hub for the water technologies industry.

Looking for Freshwater Solutions

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The Media Line -- BGU's Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research is helping to solve Israel's water shortage. Zuckerberg was recently selected to be Israel's national center for advanced water technologies, acting as a bridge between academia and entrepreneurs.

In the Desert: Why Israel is a Model for Some of the World’s Driest Countries

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Chicago Jewish News--The four-day conference was held under the joint auspices of BGU's Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, and drew more than 200 participants from 33 countries to BGU's Sede Boqer campus, deep inside the Negev Desert region.

In the Desert: Why Israel is a Model for Some of the World’s Driest Countries

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Chicago Jewish News--The four-day conference was held under the joint auspices of BGU's Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, and drew more than 200 participants from 33 countries to BGU's Sede Boqer campus, deep inside the Negev Desert region.