Men, who die on average five years earlier than women, prefer male doctors, but are more honest with female doctors.
Rutgers and Stanford scientists have developed a novel way to inject healthy human nerve cells into the brain.
Rutgers-led study finds answers that could improve forecasts of hurricane intensity and reduce losses linked to inaccuracies.
The antimalarial compound, first prepared in chemistry professor Spencer Knapp’s lab, is to be tested in people.
As fish and other natural resources move in response to climate change, wealth moves with them.
Rutgers’ Joseph Apuzzio, who treats high-risk pregnancies, outlines immediate steps to take.
Ronald Chen traveled this summer to Korea in service of a sport he loves.
The New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station is improving a tomato variety thought to be lost to history.
New Rutgers study finds absence of peptide linked to preference for fatty food and eating for pleasure rather than hunger.
Rutgers researcher says findings may offer another reason to judiciously prescribe antibiotics to children.
Scientists have discovered a bacterium in soil at an ore mill in Colorado that essentially breathes uranium and renders it immobile
Rutgers and University of Calgary research on “real-world” farms gives a clearer picture of how pollination works.
By Dory Devlin for Rutgers Today
Findings from a new Rutgers University climate change study supports previous research that shows a link between the rapidly warming Arctic and an increase in ...
Rutgers master gardeners and alumni play a key role maintaining the largest cherry tree collection in the U.S.
Research shows suicides among middle-age adults have increased by 40 percent since 1999.