BGU Professor Leads Bedouin Equality Events
BGU Professor, Sarab-Abu-Rabia-Queder, Israel's first Bedouin woman to earn a doctorate will be leading A4BGU's Diversity and Inclusion in Israel: Empowering the Bedouin Community event.
BGU Professor Discovers How Toddlers Fight Colds
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev scientist, Prof. Tomer Hertz led research in collaboration with Columbia University to discover how toddlers fight off commo colds.
Warren Buffett, Water, and BGU: The Story Behind It All
The award-winning documentary reconstructs the lives of Holocaust survivors Lottie and Howard Marcus, who gave the largest donation in Israel to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev for water research.
Golda Meir’s Great-Granddaughter Visits BGU
Remy Meir, Israel's former prime minister's great-granddaughter was one of eight Brown University graduate students who studied at BGU for two weeks as part of the intensive collaborative course, NeuroTechnology: From Research to Application.
BGU Student Captures 100-Year-Old Mystery Chemical Reaction
BGU PhD student Nadav Genossar-Dan discovers visual reaction to plastic production, something that has eluded scientists for decades and has never been observed until now.
“Who Are The Marcuses?” Wins Best Feature
“Who Are the Marcuses?” — a documentary that reveals the mystery behind a couple who made the largest-ever charitable donation to BGU was named the audience award winner for Best Feature at San Diego’s annual Blue Water Film Festival.
BGU Scholar Finds Way to Map Early Jewish-Christian Relations
A BGU scholar finds a new way to map early Jewish-Christian relations through picture color-coded dots representing rabbis and church elders connected by a spider web of relationships.
BGU Scientists Discover Cleaner Chemical Processes
BGU scientists for the first time detected the last unobserved intermediate in the ethane pyrolysis reaction. The reactions could become more efficient – producing more products with less material, byproducts, pollution, and energy.
BGU Researchers Discover Low-Frequency Magnetic Sensors
BGU researchers discover sensors that can detect low-frequency magnetic fields smaller than 200 pico-Tesla, which is more than 200,000 times smaller than the earth's magnetic field.
Zin Fellow Inspired by Letter from David Ben-Gurion
Zin Fellow David Schuman recently shared with A4BGU a letter his grandmother received from David Ben-Gurion. Mr. Schuman told us about this family heirloom, and what reading it meant to him after his Zin Fellowship.