Streptomyces was discovered at Rutgers University in the early 1940s by Professor Selman Waksman and his graduate students Albert Schatz and Elizabeth Bugie.
The DeVos rule changes will be subject to public comment. But once finalized, unlike the Obama policy they’d replace, the DeVos rules will carry the force of law.
The most comprehensive national report on the college LGBTQ population to date shows the strengths and troubles with the hope of getting more resources to students who need them.
Rutgers helps students register to vote for midterm elections.
Students say changes to Rutgers' sexual harassment policy is a good first step.
At a conference by the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, easy access to placing bets sparked worry that the state’s gambling addiction problem will only grow worse.
Rutgers University Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources highlights its far reach like the Cooperative Extension network that is linked with farms across the country and an international ...
Rutgers University cuts the ribbon on their new state of the art chemistry and chemical biology building, with a focus on innovative research.
It's been four years since Rutgers Athletics joined the Big Ten Conference. Has the university's investment been worth it?
Officials tout the Rutgers and RWJ Barnabas partnership as a win for health care.
New European Union tariffs on United States goods affect everything from bourbon to Harley Davidsons to cranberries. What's going to be the impact on New Jersey?
Under the new law, health care providers must inform consumers about any possible out-of-network services, before they’re performed, and how much patients are expected to pay.
Rutgers and its partners anticipate the COSMOS research bearing exponential benefits for humans, including safer streets and intersections.
Elie Honig recently stepped down as director of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice in the state Attorney General's Office, after helping to implement an overhaul of New Jersey's bail reform ...
Gov. Phil Murphy addressed a crowd at Rutgers University and listed some 30 polices he has addressed during his first 100 days in office.