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BGU Methodology Measures Trauma From Rocket Attacks

June 22, 2021

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought, Negev Development & Community Programs, Research News

Researchers have created and validated the Continuous Traumatic Stress Response (CTSR) Scale to measure the impact of continuous trauma.

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.

New Interferometer May Shed Light on Quantum Gravity

June 4, 2021

Tags: Nanotechnology, Research News

A BGU-led team combined two famous physics experiments and atom-chip technology to build a magnet-based interferometer to explore quantum gravity.

New BGU System Detects Global Palm Tree Infestation

June 1, 2021

Tags: Research News

Using deep learning methods and Google aerial and street images of palm trees, researchers can geolocate and examine infested trees anywhere.

Researchers Find Mechanism to Refine Cancer Therapies

May 28, 2021

Tags: Medical Research, Research News

BGU researchers have discovered a novel molecular mechanism that is a promising therapeutic candidate to target cancer cells and optimize treatment.

BGU Develops Molecular Tweezers to Battle Bacteria

May 4, 2021

Tags: Medical Research, Research News

Researchers from Ben-Gurion University have developed "molecular tweezers" to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Genes and Healthy Aging: A New Eye-Opening BGU Study

April 5, 2021

Tags: Research News

Researchers from BGU have identified the genes responsible for a more "healthy aging" process.

Decades of Scientific Theory Potentially Disproven by BGU Study

March 30, 2021

Tags: Research News

Higher background radiation levels are linked to a longer life expectancy, according to the new study.


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