COVID Vaccines Are Working
BGU Prof. Nadav Davidovitch, director of the School of Public Health, says those who are vaccinated are protected five to 10 times as much as those who are unable or unwilling to receive the shot.
Twitter Study Reveals Significant COVID Emotional Impact
BGU researchers conducted the largest social media study to track emotional changes and discourse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New BGU Lab is Bringing Stroke Rehab Into the Future
BGU's Translational Neuro-Rehabilitation Research Lab is poised to become the largest and most advanced lab of its kind in Israel.
BGU Finds Premature Delivery Raises Odds for Cerebral Palsy
Extremely premature babies have a much higher risk of cerebral palsy and other neurological conditions, a large BGU study affirms.
Where Did the Biblical Road From Judea to Edom Pass?
Research led by Ben Gurion University archaeologist Dr. Eli Cohen-Sasson offers new insights on the ancient route through the Judean desert.
Ben-Gurion University Launches “Negev Prime” Program
The Amazon e-commerce program, run by Yazamut360 and Negev 19, will accept 48 students for their session starting in October.
Americans for BGU Featured in Leading Jewish Program
Talkline's Zev Brenner spoke with Americans for Ben-Gurion University's CEO, Doug Seserman about how Beer-Sheva has become the cyber capital of Israel and is quickly turning into one of the cyber capitals of the world.
New Deep-Sea Hotspot Offers Climate Change Insights
A collaborative expedition led by BGU uncovered a biologically diverse paradise in the eastern Mediterranean that could transform scientists' understanding of climate change, global sustainability and essential life functions.