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MSIH Student Volunteers at Negev COVID-19 Testing Center

This is an excerpt of an article by Iris Kamenev, who is finishing her first year as a student at
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Negev Wines May Represent the Future of Viticulture

By Lindsay Fendt, a 2019 AABGU Murray Fromson Journalism Fellow Smithsonian Magazine — When the Israeli winemaker Eran Raz decided
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BGU and Northwestern Lead $21.4M Water-Energy Tech Project

Israel21C — The $21.4 million Collaborative Water-Energy Research Center is set to be led by Northwestern University of Chicago and
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Printing Protective Visors for COVID-19 Medical Teams

Ynet.com — In response to a shortage of personal protective equipment on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis, an
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Insights Into a “New Normal”

No Camels — The Israeli government approved a series of new directives meant to roll back restrictions put in place
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Tracking the Coronavirus Through Wastewater Testing

The Jerusalem Post — Israel has started analyzing wastewater for the novel coronavirus to estimate the number of infections at
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BGU Alum Is Evaluating COVID-19 Vaccine

Dr. Colin Fields graduated from BGU’s Medical School for International Health (MSIH) in 2010. Currently he is a sub-investigator on
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BGU Med Student Develops Software to Accelerate COVID-19 Trials

The Jewish Press — As clinical trials trudge along in the global effort to find effective treatments for COVID-19, a
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BGU Water Researcher Develops Self-Sterilizing Air Filter

News Medical — With the worldwide focus on coronavirus prevention and transmission, a new type of air filter that self-sterilizes and
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New COVID-19 Test Identifies Asymptomatic Carriers

The Jerusalem Post — Ben-Gurion University researchers have developed an algorithm-based test that can speed COVID-19 testing eightfold and help
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BGU’s COVID-19 Response Effort

(Updated May 5) On March 12, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev President Prof. Daniel Chamovitz announced the BGU COVID-19 Response
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Nanomaterial Surface Coatings Could Prevent COVID-19 Spread

The Times of Israel — BGU researchers have developed surface coatings based on nanomaterials, with both antiviral and antibacterial properties,
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BGU Ph.D. Student Designs Face Masks for the Hearing Impaired

The Jerusalem Post — Carolina Tannenbaum-Baruchi, a public health doctoral student in BGU’s Faculty of Health Sciences, designed a new
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MSIH Alum Creates SplitVent Device

Dr. Tobin Greensweig (MSIH ’14) was already an engineer before he started medical studies at BGU’s Medical School for International
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Understanding the Challenges of the Post-Corona Economy

ISRAEL21c — It doesn’t take an expert to see that the coronavirus pandemic has left the global economy gasping for
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Future Outbreaks Could Be Predicted by Sewage

Newsweek  — Ben-Gurion University scientists suggest future coronavirus outbreaks could be tracked using sewage water. In a preliminary study, the
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Only Airlines With Strictest Virus Measures Will Survive

The Media Line — As airlines prepare to resume flights to Israel and other countries in coming weeks, carriers’ reputations
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How Jewish Mystics Sought to Vanquish the Coronavirus and Hitler

Excerpted from Haaretz — This past Purim, in late March, a delegation of kabbalists and rabbis from Jerusalem flew over
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Pandemic Could Spark Medical Drone Revolution

The Media Line — The coronavirus pandemic could spark a revolution in the use of drones in the medical sector,
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BGU Finds a Way to Stop Cow Farts

Green Prophet — Prof. Itzik Mizrahi, of BGU’s Department of Life Sciences and a member of the National Institute for Biotechnology in
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BGU Develops COVID-19 60-Second Test (Video)

FOX News — FOX News recently visited BGU to interview Prof. Gabby Sarusi.  He developed a one-minute electro-optical test using
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AABGU Announces President-Elect

Gary S. DeBode was elected president of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (AABGU) at a board meeting held
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Measuring the Solar Energy Potential of City Roofs

The Times of Israel — As Israel’s Energy Ministry considers raising the country’s 2030 renewable energy target from 17% to
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BGU Community Unites to Tackle COVID-19

The Jerusalem Post — “The novel coronavirus, SARSCoV-2, spread across the globe, reminding people that regardless of borders, race, religion,
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One Step Closer to Developing a Cure for Melanoma

The Jerusalem Post — In a scientific breakthrough, a research team, headed by Dr. Assaf Zaritsky from BGU’s Department of Software
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BGU Helps Launch “AI Lifeguards”

NoCamels — As lifeguards return to work in Israel, a new artificial intelligence (AI) system developed by BGU students could
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BGU Alum is a Front-runner in Race for COVID-19 Vaccine

The Algemeiner — Dr. Tal Zaks, a BGU alum who is now the chief medical officer of Moderna, one of
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Israel’s First National Autism Database Launches

NoCamels — The National Autism Research Center of Israel at BGU announced it will launch a national database in collaboration with
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The Risk of Less Epidemic Research After Outbreaks

The Jerusalem Post — A long term study from BGU on epidemic outbreaks found that while research on infectious coronavirus disease
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Israel Uses BGU Algorithm for Quick COVID-19 Testing

The New York Times –A BGU research team has pioneered a new coronavirus testing procedure, which is faster and more
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Can Consuming Your Own Poop Help With Weight Loss?

The Jerusalem Post — Can consuming your own microbiome from your feces help you maintain weight loss? A new study
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AI Firewall Protects Hospital Patients From Cyberattacks

The Jerusalem Post — Medical devices that are vulnerable to cyberattacks and computer viruses now have a new line of
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COVID-19 in Wastewater Poses Serious Health Threat

ISRAEL21c — Wastewater containing coronavirus may be a serious public health threat, according to a new global study led by
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End of COVID-19 Peak in Israel Is Only Weeks Away

The Jerusalem Post — Prof. Mark Last, a member of BGU’s Department of Software and Information Systems Engineering and director of
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 AI Could Stop Cyberattacks On Hospital CT Scanners

Forbes — If there’s one thing a hospital patient doesn’t want to think about as they prepare for a medical scan
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NPR Podcast Features BGU Pain Research

NPR’s The Loh Down on Science podcast features BGU research findings from Dr. Shelly Levy-Tzedek, head of the Cognition, Aging and
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A University With the Potential to Change All of Israel

Intermountain Jewish News — Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, was a huge believer in the potential of the Negev
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BGU’s Dr. Tomer Bakalash: COVID and Uncertainty

Haaretz — In an interview with Haaretz, social psychologist, neuroscientist, and BGU lecturer, Dr. Tomer Bakalash, explains what happens to
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Historic Collaboration Between BGU and Morocco’s UIR

BEER-SHEVA, Israel and RABAT, Morocco, September 14, 2021 – Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel and Université Internationale
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New BGU Study: Medical Cannabis Reduces Blood Pressure

Yahoo! Lifestyle — A new study published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine conducted by researchers from BGU and
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BGU Teams up with RIU to Study Moroccan Jewry

Morocco World News — Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel and the Rabat International University (UIR) in Morocco
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A New Way: Promoting Jewish-Arab Understanding

Israel21C — Tikva Bracha, 2021 recipient of BGU’s William Berelson Prize for the Promotion of Jewish-Arab Understanding in Memory of
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CNN: BGU Alumni Ink $20M Deal With US Air Force

CNN – “What we have done is miniaturized the radar instrument,” Rei Goffer, a BGU alumnus, former pilot in the
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BGU Researchers Use Makeup to Defeat Facial Recognition Tech

VICE — Researchers have found a new and surprisingly simple method for bypassing facial recognition software using makeup patterns. A
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BGU Study Reveals Popular Artificial Sweeteners May Cause Harm

Jewish Link — Artificial sweeteners found in many foods, sports supplements and beverages could be causing long-term digestive disease and
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The Dead Sea is Shrinking: A BGU Professor Shares Some Insight

Israel21C — The Dead Sea has been shrinking at an alarming pace, losing more than a meter (some 40 inches)
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BGU Hones In On Diversity & Inclusion in Israel

Oregon Jewish Life — With a new academic appointment and the upcoming Center for the Study of a Shared Society, Ben-Gurion
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BGU Proposes Occupational Therapy Program Amid Shortage

The Jerusalem Post — Israel is experiencing a dire shortage in occupational therapists. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is creating
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BGU Scientists Offer Climate Change Mitigation Strategy

The Jerusalem Post — As the climate crisis continues to threaten many services that plant communities provide to humans, including
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Japan’s Fujitsu Taps BGU For New Cybersecurity Center

The Times of Israel — Japanese IT multinational Fujitsu is partnering with BGU to launch a new cybersecurity center in
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