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BGU Maps World’s Reptiles for the First Time

October 9, 2017

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Natural Sciences

The map reveals where reptile diversity is scarce and will aid in devising a conservation program.

“Super Enzyme” Improves Glucose Level Testing

September 28, 2017

Tags: Medical Research, Natural Sciences

BGU researchers engineer a new method that measures blood-sugar levels faster and more accurately.

Divers Take to Artificial Reefs

September 5, 2017

Tags: Natural Sciences, Press Releases

Artificial reefs are protecting coral habitats and attracting divers.

Last Dune Standing

July 17, 2017

Tags: Natural Sciences

One BGU researcher is protecting Israel’s unique Nizzanim sand dune in the face of municipal expansion.

BGU to Develop Israel’s First Dark Matter Detector

June 13, 2017

Tags: Natural Sciences, Press Releases

Dark matter has yet to be detected despite being five times more abundant in the universe than regular matter.

Electrified Graphene Is Bad News for Bacteria

May 24, 2017

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Natural Sciences

BGU researchers find that laser-induced graphene is a highly effective bacteria zapper with many uses.

The Dead Sea and Climate Change Over 220,000 Years

April 4, 2017

Tags: Natural Sciences

A BGU Ph.D. student’s study reveals how the sea’s chemical composition has changed with the climate.

Reflecting on Study Abroad at BGU

February 15, 2017

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought, Natural Sciences

A University of Washington student talks about her experience at BGU and interning in a biology lab.

Eating Away the World’s Plastic Waste Problem

January 23, 2017

Tags: Natural Sciences

BGU student researchers have created a genetically modified bacteria that breaks down plastic.

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