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150828Delmore

High School Girls Learn Code and Confidence

8-28-15
The program aims to introduce more women into the STEM fields through exposure and collaboration.
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RU Secure?

8-24-15
After a cyberattck last spring, Rutgers is taking full precaution and has hired three firms to protect against future attacks. However, the cost of the three firms that were hired is two to three millions dollars a year and is being paid for by the students in the form of tuition increases.
150730Hill

SMART Program Shows Students Medical Careers

7-30-15
The New Jersey Medical School SMART Program is hands on, giving students real world medical problems to solve.
150728Hill

Using Bacteria to Fight Drug Resistant Diseases

7-28-15
Researchers have found ways to use bacteria to help combat drug resistant diseases like plague and lung infections.
A hormone deficiency in the brain may be a reason why we eat even if we're not hungry.

Overeating Caused By Hormone Deficiency in Brain?

7-23-15
New Rutgers study finds absence of peptide linked to preference for fatty food and eating for pleasure rather than hunger.
Rutgers and University of Pennsylvania researchers found that children who were prescribed antibiotics had twice the risk of developing juvenile arthritis compared to children the same age who were not prescribed antibiotics. Photo: Thinkstock

Antibiotic Exposure Could Increase Juvenile Arthritis Risk

7-20-15
Rutgers researcher says findings may offer another reason to judiciously prescribe antibiotics to children.
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High School Students Work with College Professors to Minimize Jellyfish Population

7-17-15
High school students in the Weston Science Scholars Program get to work with Montclair State University professors for hands-on experience in scientific research.
150618Flanagan

Pope: Climate Change is a Global Problem with Grave Implications

6-18-15
Pope Francis says people need to fight for a cleaner planet and against business interests and consumerism to help reverse climate change.
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Bacteria Could Help Clean Groundwater Contaminated by Uranium Ore Processing, Rutgers Study Finds

6-16-15
Scientists have discovered a bacterium in soil at an ore mill in Colorado that essentially breathes uranium and renders it immobile