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Reuters Spotlights BGU Goldfish Story That’s Gone Viral

January 10, 2022

Tags: Research News

Reuters —Goldfish are capable of navigating on land, Israeli researchers have found, after training fish to drive. The team at
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BGU Scientists Train Goldfish to Drive

January 4, 2022

Tags: Research News, Robotics & High-Tech

The Times of Israel — It sounds like a fish tale, but scientists at BGU say they have demonstrated a
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Ruins of 16th-century Jewish Community Discovered in Morocco

January 3, 2022

Tags: Research News

Haaretz — Researchers from Israel, Morocco and France have discovered remnants of a small Jewish community in the mountains of
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Major Anticancer Breakthrough by BGU Scientists

January 3, 2022

Tags: Research News

The Jerusalem Post — Scientists from BGU have made a potentially revolutionary discovery regarding the biological function of an anti-cancer
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New BGU Study: Oxygen When Sleeping Eases Depression

December 13, 2021

Tags: Research News

The Times of Israel — Breathing high rates of oxygen while sleeping can significantly reduce depression, a preliminary Israeli study has
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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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