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18/09/16

MSIH Student Publishes Paper on the Wellbeing of the Ethiopian-Israeli Community

The Ethiopian-Jewish community in Israel is a unique subpopulation that largely immigrated to Israel from 1980 to 1992. Upon ...
15/09/16

Yael Vitelson is to Study for an MA in Human Resources Management at Oxford Brookes University as the Sam Zuckerberg Scholarship Recipient

BGU graduate Yael Vitelson has been selected as the 2016-17 Sam Zuckerberg Scholarship recipient to Oxford Brookes University...
15/09/16

Yoav Gross to Pursue his Passion for Environmental Change as the Rivka Carmi Scholarship Recipient at Exeter College, University of Oxford

BGU Geological & Environmental Sciences graduate Yoav Gross will continue his mission to effect change in Israel’s environm...
12/09/16

Trying to Predict other People'€™s Emotions May Alter One'€™s Own Emotional Reaction, BGU and Columbia University Researchers Find

In the movie “To Kill a Mocking Bird,” Gregory Peck’s character, Atticus Finch, famously states that, “You never real...
12/09/16

BGU promotes Middle East Regional Cooperation through Mental Health and Addiction Efforts

A new book announced by Springer International Publishing, “Mental Health and Addiction Care in the Middle East” showcase...
06/09/16

New Research: Many Elderly Unwilling to "R˜etire" from Sexuality

Despite societal perceptions that older adults’ love lives are ancient history, many seniors are anything but retired from ...
31/08/16

William Berelson Prize Awarded to AJEEC-NISPED

BGU awarded the 2016 William Berelson Prize for the Promotion of Jewish-Arab Understanding in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin to the ...
31/08/16

New Study from BGU Sheds Light on the Important Implication of Modulating Chaperone Levels in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

A research study published last week in the prestigious journal PNAS by BGU researchers describes the in vivo characterisatio...
31/08/16

Male Oncologists Experience Emotional Distress and Grief Responses Over Patient Deaths at Lower Levels of Burnout than Female Oncologists, BGU Researcher Finds

A new BGU research study of oncologists finds more burnout among women but more emotional distress with regard to patient dea...
31/08/16

BGU Researchers Demonstrate How Data Can Be Stolen From Isolated €œ"Air-Gapped"€ Computers Through a Typical USB Flash Drive

Researchers at BGU’s Cyber Security Research Center (CSRC) have demonstrated that an unmodified USB connected to a computer...