Carbon-containing waste has presented an increasingly problematic challenge for industrialized societies
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Employment is the first consideration of young adults when choosing where to live, said Tamar Gil Menachem, Deputy CEO of the Lauder Center for Employment in the Negev.
New research study from BGU’s National Autism Research Center of Israel finds brain waves of children with autism are shallower
A total of 133 articles were published by BGU researchers in the year recorded.
“The mostly night-time atrial fibrillation was shown to be caused by a mutation in a gene (KCND2), encoding a crucial component of a potassium ion channel (Kv4.2) in the heart."
While women are more resistant to infectious diseases, this same reaction may make them more likely to suffer from auto-immune diseases.
“The study validates the need for us to continue to learn more about the use of pesticides and other toxins.”
The shrimp could be the key to successfully reducing poverty, helping the environment and controlling schistosomiasis outbreaks, according to BGU.
"Babies are able to identify figures who 'deserve' empathy and [those who] do not," Dr. Florina Uzefovsky said.