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BGU Finds Energy Potential In An Unlikely Source

December 1, 2021

Tags: Alternative Energy, Research News

Popular Science–It was another hot day in the Negev desert of Israel, and several researchers from Ben-Gurion University were setting
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Japan’s Fujitsu Taps BGU For New Cybersecurity Center

November 17, 2021

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Research News

The Times of Israel — Japanese IT multinational Fujitsu is partnering with BGU to launch a new cybersecurity center in
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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 Scientists Offer Climate Change Mitigation Strategy

November 1, 2021

Tags: Natural Sciences, Research News

The Jerusalem Post — As the climate crisis continues to threaten many services that plant communities provide to humans, including
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BGU Study Reveals Popular Artificial Sweeteners May Cause Harm

October 11, 2021

Tags: Research News

Jewish Link — Artificial sweeteners found in many foods, sports supplements and beverages could be causing long-term digestive disease and
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BGU Researchers Use Makeup to Defeat Facial Recognition Tech

October 7, 2021

Tags: Research News

VICE — Researchers have found a new and surprisingly simple method for bypassing facial recognition software using makeup patterns. A
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New BGU Study: Medical Cannabis Reduces Blood Pressure

September 15, 2021

Tags: Research News

"Cannabis research is in its early stages and BGU is at the forefront of evaluating clinical use based on scientific studies," says Doug Seserman.

BGU Study Finds Corals Are Able to Fight Infection

August 23, 2021

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Natural Sciences, Research News

The findings are important to better understand how reef-building corals and other reef animals protect themselves from foreign invaders.

Twitter Study Reveals Significant COVID Emotional Impact

August 23, 2021

Tags: Research News

BGU researchers conducted the largest social media study to track emotional changes and discourse during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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