IJN: Climate Change Changes Grape Growing
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
“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.”