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Understanding The Brain and Diagnosing Autism
The brain is undoubtedly the least understood and most mysterious human organ. BGU's Dr. Ilan Dinstein attempts to uncover some of the brain's mysteries and develop biological markers to diagnose autism at a younger age. (2:38) more »


Programming Computers to Think Like Humans
Dr. Kobi Gal is an engineer at BGU who specializes in artificial intelligence. His goal is to make computers understand and make decisions, while taking into account human thought. (2:46) more »


Slowing Down Time
Dr. Eugene Frumker, a researcher at BGU, studies intervals of time that are so small and short they are nearly beyond comprehension. Learn more about his research and the impact it can have on understanding the world in this video. (2:29) more »


Learning to Walk with Cerebral Palsy: Step of Mind
BGU's Dr. Simona Bar-Haim created a coalition of facilities in Jordan, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, and other countries to encourage treatment and support her experiments helping teenagers with CP. View a video about the cross-border collaboration. (3:18) more »


From the Village for the World
Israel's Channel 2 News Magazine -- View this video profile covering the amazing life journey of BGU's award-winning Prof. Ashraf Brik, the first Arab chemistry professor in Israel. (11:19) more »


Music Impacts Teen Driving
CBS News -- BGU study finds that teenagers make more mistakes driving when listening their choice of music (0:42) more »


Wave Your Flag! Join Us at BGU's 44th Board of Governors Meeting
Be part of the American delegation to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev's 44th Annual Board of Governors Meeting, May 18 to 22, 2014. (3:25) more »


Adapt, Learn, and Then Walk
Find out how BGU's Dr. Simona Bar-Haim, of BGU's Laboratory for Rehabilitation and Motor Control of Walking, is helping teenagers with cerebral palsy walk better and gain more mobility in a much shorter time than traditional therapy. (2:07) more »


Breaking Barriers: From a Diseased to a Healthy Mind
View this video, brought to you by BGU's Experimental Neurosurgery Lab, illustrates how the breaking of the blood-brain barrier plays a major role in the development of epilepsy following a brain injury. (3:10) more »


Confessions of a Primitive Mind
Learn how the archer fish, now being researched in BGU's Cognitive Neuropsychology Laboratory, may be the key to understanding different functions of the human brain including delaying gratification and decision-making. (2:01) more »

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