Benin Scholars Program Helps Low-Income Students Attend BGU
The sale of a two-and-a-half-acre plot of land in Jerusalem, owned by the estate of the late Albert Benin, may soon enable thousands of low-income Israeli students to receive scholarships to the nation’s top universities, including BGU.
BGU Professor’s Idea Could Change NASA’s Energy Plan
“I developed a concept and performed all the quantitative estimates that an engineering staff at a space agency would want to review,” BGU Emeritus Professor Jeffrey Gordon said.
Israeli Researchers Turn Bugs Into Fertilizer and Biodiesel
“What we are doing is genetic engineering of this amazing creature called black soldier fly and we are trying to gain more oil in order to get it commercially viable for biofuels production.”
-Julia Segalin Nemets, CEO of BGU's Oazis Accelerator