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IJN: Climate Change Changes Grape Growing

July 25, 2022

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Sustainability & Climate Change

BGU Prof. Aaron Fait & Israeli vineyards reinvent desert viticulture, saving winemaking from Italy to California impacted by climate change.

TOI: BGU Scholar Pioneers Arabic Program to Build Peace

July 19, 2022

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU scholar, Dr. Yonatan Mendel, pioneers Arabic program at the University to reform and improve Arabic education and build peace.

Jerusalem Post: BGU VP Dan Blumberg Chairs Israel Space Agency

July 19, 2022

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought, Leadership, Awards & Events

BGU's VP for Regional and Industrial Development, Prof. Dan Blumberg, was appointed as the new chairman of the Israel Space Agency (ISA).

NY Jewish Week: Homesick Israeli Starts Meal Delivery Service

July 12, 2022

Tags: Business & Management, Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought

Missing Israel after moving to the U.S., this BGU alumni started 'WoodSpoon', the meal delivery service that is taking New York by storm.

Jerusalem Post: Broccoli Beats Bacteria Resistant to Antibiotics

July 12, 2022

Tags: Medical Research

BGU researchers discover broccoli may be the key to stopping bacteria resistant to antibiotics and could fight diseases such as cystic fibrosis.

Award-Winning Story Spotlights A4BGU

July 11, 2022

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

The work of Americans for Ben-Gurion University (A4BGU) and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) is being spotlighted by the American Jewish Press Association (AJPA) as part of its annual Simon Rockower Awards.

Times of Israel: Student Uses Fungi for Sustainable Solutions

July 8, 2022

Tags: Alternative Energy, Sustainability & Climate Change

BGU doctoral student uses fungi to produce a sustainable material that could drastically decrease carbon emissions that impact global warming.

Jerusalem Post: The BGU Lecturer Shaping Science in the Negev

June 26, 2022

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

From Denver, Colorado to Beer-Sheva, Israel, this chemistry lecturer found new beginnings and opportunities at BGU after making Aliyah to Beer-Sheva.

Times of Israel: EC President Receives BGU Honorary Doctorate

June 16, 2022

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

“Europe and Israel are bound to be friends and allies,” said von der Leyen. “Because the history of Europe is the history of the Jewish people.”