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BGU Tech Aims to Improve Astronauts’ Brain Health

January 25, 2022

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech

CTech — Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev are working with an Israeli startup, brain.space, to improve brain health
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What Causes ADHD? New BGU Study May Have Found Out

December 3, 2021

Tags: Medical Research

The Jerusalem Post–BGU scientists have cracked code to better understand the genetic causes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ADHD
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BGU Study Shows Promise in Slowing Degenerative Diseases

November 3, 2021

Tags: Research News

i24 News — Molecules designed by Israeli scientists that slowed Alzheimer’s and other degenerative diseases in mice began the approval
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BGU Proposes Occupational Therapy Program Amid Shortage

October 22, 2021

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

The Jerusalem Post — Israel is experiencing a dire shortage in occupational therapists. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is creating
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BGU’s Dr. Tomer Bakalash: COVID and Uncertainty

September 10, 2021

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Social psychologist, neuroscientist, and BGU lecturer, Dr. Tomer Bakalash, tells Haaretz the COVID-19 pandemic is the most uncertain time since WWII.

Molecular Tweezers Fight Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

June 21, 2021

Tags: Medical Research, Research News

Researchers at BGU have come up with a new application for “molecular tweezers” that target potent biofilm inhibitors and antibacterial agents.

BGU Finds Genetic Link Between Aging Brain and Cancer

June 17, 2021

Tags: Medical Research, Natural Sciences, Research News

Researchers from BGU have identified a gene responsible for activating glioblastoma, a type of brain cancer, which also is found in the aging brain.

Why Israel is Becoming a Hub for Parkinson’s Research

April 5, 2021

Tags: Medical Research

Some 150 Israeli startups are developing technologies to help prevent, stop or even cure Parkinson’s.

BGU Study Reveals New Way to Diagnose Neurological Conditions

March 5, 2021

Tags: Medical Research

Analysis of EEG patterns can rapidly diagnose and monitor Alzheimer's disease, stroke, head injuries and more.