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Where Did the Biblical Road From Judea to Edom Pass?

August 2, 2021

Tags: Research News

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

July 26, 2021

Tags: Business & Management

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

July 21, 2021

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events

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

July 14, 2021

Tags: Desert & Water Research, Natural Sciences

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.

New BGU Program to Combat Health Disparity in Israel

July 9, 2021

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs

The initiative, called "Ilanot," backed by the Israeli Ministry of Health, involves training doctors to address the healthcare disparity between the South and the Center of the country.

New Algorithm Gauges Damage From Gaza Fire Balloons

July 6, 2021

Tags: Homeland & Cyber Security, Negev Development & Community Programs, Research News

As Israeli forests are burned again and again by incendiary balloons from Gaza, a new algorithm created by BGU researchers helps satellites see through smoke to assess the fire damage.

BGU Methodology Measures Trauma From Rocket Attacks

June 22, 2021

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

Researchers have developed the first methodology to assess symptoms associated with continuous exposure to traumatic stress, like rocket attacks.

Molecular Tweezers Fight Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

June 21, 2021

Tags: Medical Research, Research News

An international group of researchers led by BGU have come up with a new application for “molecular tweezers” that target potent biofilm inhibitors and reduce the virulence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Bedouin Women Face Obstacles to Access Healthcare

June 21, 2021

Tags: Negev Development & Community Programs, Social Sciences & Humanities

Interviews conducted by Haneen Shibli, Ph.D. candidate at BGU’s School of Public Health, shed light on the difficulties Bedouin women encounter when seeking medical care in Israel.