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The Stuff of Life

The Protein Data Bank is the “go to” source for scientists studying the molecules of life.

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Mon, 2014-03-24
They Have a Dream

Rutgers Future Scholars, a simple–and ambitious–program to identify and mentor underserved students through high school, sends its first class of scholars to college.

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Mon, 2014-03-24
Like Son, Like Father

Anthony Sarno Jr.’s study of biology helped reignite his father’s interest in science. The pair are now both enrolled at the School of Health Related Professions.

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Mon, 2014-03-17
Safe Haven

Mahboubeh Abbasgholizadeh and other women scholars who are under siege in their native countries are finding refuge at Rutgers and other American universities.

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Mon, 2014-03-17
The Tipping Point

Alumnus Lester Brown, one of the founders of the environmental movement, continues to influence policy prescriptions for addressing global challenges.

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Mon, 2014-03-10
A Big Role for a Little Fish

In a Rutgers lab, thousands of small zebrafish help researchers study cancer and develop effective treatments.

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Mon, 2014-03-10
They Have a Dream

Rutgers Future Scholars, a simple–and ambitious–program to identify and mentor underserved students through high school, sends its first class of scholars to college.

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Mon, 2014-03-03
Singled Out

In his budget address, Governor Chris Christie praised President Barchi for his leadership and challenged Rutgers to help innovate and improve health care delivery under Medicaid.

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Thu, 2014-02-27
Greater Accountability

A $1 million gift from the Ragone family strengthens the School of Business–Camden's ability to meet demand for top accountancy professionals and practices.

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Mon, 2014-02-24
Bouncing Back

After targeted, genetics-based treatment at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey sent his lung cancer into remission, Kevin Touhey and his wife, Annabelle, are again enjoying life.

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Mon, 2014-02-24
Rescue of a Film Classic

Professor Brad Evans helped guide the restoration of In the Land of the Head Hunters, a 1914 feature by legendary photographer Edward Curtis.

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Mon, 2014-02-24
Minimizing Brain Trauma

Neurosurgeon Shabbar Danish leads a team developing software to better predict and treat the post head-injury swelling that can itself cause damage.

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Mon, 2014-02-17
Ready for the Big Ten

As its entrance to the Big Ten Conference approaches, sports experts say Rutgers is well positioned to succeed.

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Mon, 2014-02-17
Room to Explore

Student Hua Yang took classes in a number of subjects before discovering his passion for computer science.

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Mon, 2014-02-10
Commencement Speaker

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will address graduates at the 2014 Commencement and receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.

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Mon, 2014-02-10
A Strategic Plan for The New Rutgers

The Board of Governors approves a bold vision and strategy for Rutgers’ next five years.

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Tue, 2014-02-04
See for Yourself

Sign up for a tour of Rutgers this winter and discover a place that inspires the soul and challenges the mind.

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Mon, 2014-01-27
Join the Audience

Exceptional speakers come to Rutgers during the spring to enlighten, engage, and entertain.

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Mon, 2014-01-27
A Super Performance

The Rutgers Marching Scarlet Knights are practicing long distance with the Syracuse University Marching Band for a joint Super Bowl pregame show.

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Thu, 2014-01-23
Join the Conversation

Find the Rutgers social media channels that interest you, sign up, and add your voice to the discussion.

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Tue, 2014-01-21
A Yen to Investigate the Brain

Doctoral student Maryann Obiorah fell in love with life in the neuroscience research lab.

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Tue, 2014-01-21
Reimagining Middle School Math Class

A transformative Rutgers initiative aims to get middle schoolers prepared—and excited—for high school mathematics.

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Mon, 2014-01-13
Change in Elevation

Generous grants allow researcher Milagros Nores to study how a model early education program in Colombia might help lift children out of poverty.

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Mon, 2014-01-06
Miles of Smiles

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine clinics provide state-of-the-art care for children and other underserved populations.

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Mon, 2014-01-06
Brilliant Minds

Set to teach English in Brazil, Dimetri Duckrey SAS'13 is one of 26 Fulbright Students making Rutgers a top three producer of Fulbright grant recipients.

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Mon, 2014-01-06
Choose Your Own Adventure

Senior Scott Sincoff took Rutgers by storm and created a bright future for himself.  Learn how he squeezed the most out of college life.

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Mon, 2014-01-06
The Doctor of Sports

As the Rutgers team physician, Robert Monaco oversees the latest in sports medicine in order to keep athletes playing their best.

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Sat, 2013-12-28
Exploring the Russian Empire

Imperial 19th-century Russia was about more than just Russians. Professor Edyta Bojanowska brings to life a multiethnic culture.

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Mon, 2013-12-23
Scarlet Knights Are Bowl Bound

The Scarlet Knights make their eighth bowl appearance in nine years on Saturday, December 28.

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Mon, 2013-12-23
Like Son, Like Father

Anthony Sarno Jr.’s study of biology helped reignite his father’s interest in science. The pair are now both enrolled at the School of Health Related Professions.

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Tue, 2013-12-17

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