Environmental and fishing groups are opposing a plan by three universities and the National Science Foundation to carry out seismic blast tests on the ocean floor off the New Jersey coast this summer.
The groups say the tests could harm or kill ...
Students at Oliver Street School in Newark have designed and made a sewer guard to reduce the amount of garbage entering the waterways. They are finalists in a national Samsung competition.
Rutgers scientists could be one step closer to solving a global health problem -- vitamin A deficiency.
Changes in ocean circulation may dramatically accelerate global climate change.
Rutgers research suggests chemo and radiation can kill more cancer cells and spare healthy ones.
Rutgers-led study suggests pathways to alleviating inflammation in disorders such as sepsis and arthritis.
PLEASANTVILLE, N.J. (AP) — Gone are the days when a snowstorm would send snowplow crews rushing haphazardly onto New Jersey's roads and highways.
On the Atlantic City Expressway, technology helps crews know where to go to find the worst-hit areas. ...
Hepatitis C is a major global health problem affecting 160 million people worldwide.
ATLANTA (AP) — A new strain of stomach bug was the virus responsible for almost 700 recent illnesses on a Caribbean cruise ship.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday said by the new Sydney strain of norovirus was the cause of ...
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Drugmaker Merck & Co. is joining two dozen other pharmaceutical companies and contract laboratories in committing to not use chimpanzees for research.
The growing trend could mean the roughly 1,000 chimps in the U.S. used for ...