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Bayonne HS Students Get Hands On Biology Lessons

5-15-15
The BioDome at Bayonne High School is filled with more than 600 organisms from 200 different species. It's part of the school's new STEM Academy.
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Liberty Science Center Genius Gala Recognizes Great Work in Science

5-4-15
The Liberty Science Center Genius Gala honored three members of the science community.
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HackRU Lets Students Create Next-Level Technologies

4-20-15
Rutgers held the hackathon HackRU on its campus to allow college students to create new technology and get recruited by tech companies.
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Rutgers Researcher Finds More Awareness in Coma Patients

4-16-15
Dr. Elizabeth Torres of Rutgers University used wrist sensors and found a coma patient's brain and nervous system were directing her movements.
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Teaching Science with Hip Hop

4-8-15
Honeywell and NASA have teamed up to create the program "Forces in Motion," which teaches middle school students about science using hip hop.
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Science, Math the Focus of Symposium at LSC

3-30-15
Students from NJ colleges and universities exhibit projects at the second annual Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Liberty Science Center.
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Stevens Institute President: Science and Technology Skills Give College Grads Advantage

3-10-15
Stevens Institute of Technology President Nariman Farvardin says that skills and knowledge obtained in the science and technology areas allow graduates to showcase a very diverse set of skills in the workforce.
A new Rutgers study reports that middle-aged people are particularly vulnerable to suicide in times of economic and financial stress.

Suicide Rates Strongly Influenced by State of the Economy, Rutgers Study Finds

2-27-15
Research shows suicides among middle-age adults have increased by 40 percent since 1999.
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Rutgers Researcher: Sea Level Rising Faster Than Projections

2-17-15
Rutgers researcher Robert Kopp and colleagues from Harvard conducted a study interpreting tide gauge records and found that as the planet has been warming faster, sea level rise has increased at a faster pace.