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29/08/17

Faculty of Health Sciences to Launch School of Public Health

BGU has begun the process of creating a School of Public Health in the Faculty of Health Sciences. The School is part of the ...
29/08/17

Life-Prolonging Treatment for Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Approved for Clinical Trials

WIN Consortium (WIN) has received the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s approval to start clinical trials of a novel th...
05/05/17

The self-driving robot chauffeur that can fit in a suitcase: AI machine could make ANY vehicle autonomous

- The driving robot relies on various cameras, sensors and mechanical devices - Robot weighs 33 lbs (15 kilograms) but the t...
14/08/17

'Smiley' Emojis in Formal Workplace E-Mails could Create Frowns, says BGU Study

A smiley face emoji and similar emoticons included in work-related e-mails may not create a positive impression and could eve...
10/08/17

BGU Doctoral Student Represents EMBO at Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting

BGU doctoral student Shiran Barber Zucker represented the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO) at the annual Lindau...
10/08/17

Ashim Nandi Wins Negev-Zin Fellowship to pursue his Doctorate in Chemistry at BGU

Ashim Nandi has been awarded a Negev-Zin Fellowship to pursue his PhD at BGU. His main research will focus both theoretically...
09/08/17

BGU’s High School Student Robotics Team Takes 4th Place in International Competition

The Jusidman Science Centre for Youth at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev's robotics team, representing Israel, recently to...
08/08/17

Early Term Babies are at Greater Risk for Diabetes and Obesity-Related Diseases

Early term deliveries impact babies' long-term health with increased risk of diabetes and obesity-related illnesses as well a...
08/08/17

ABBA Sequence Used in Tennis Tiebreaking Serves Is Scientifically Proven to Be Fair, According to BGU Researchers

Serving first does not impact winning in tennis tiebreaks that follow the ABBA sequence. In fact, the sequence should be cons...
07/08/17

World's Biggest Student-Led Cyber Security Games Expand to Israel

The world's biggest student-run cyber security event will get even bigger this year: Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW), fo...