Brian Strom, chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, spoke to senior correspondent David Cruz about Rutgers' Center for COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness.
A relic of world war II that's embedded in a Jersey river bed is being exhumed and restored by volunteers.
Forensic scientists are helping police identify which street drugs are causing the most deaths.
Rutgers researchers are studying the enzyme structure of the coronavirus in an effort to stop the outbreak.
Correspondent Michael Hill witnessed firsthand a crime scene investigation that is as much art as science.
A group of students, parents and community activists in New Brunswick gathered Tuesday in protest of a plan to tear down a school building to make way for a new, 12-story cancer pavilion.
A team from Rutgers University is working on technology that tracks the mutation of viruses like the flu in real time. The hope is that if researchers can learn how viruses are mutating, they can also ...
As the crisis over the novel coronavirus deepens in China, with spikes both in the number of cases and deaths, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday announced the creation of a task force to prepare ...
One New Jersey resident is competing in a contest to design a system that could grow plants in space.
A state-of-the-art robot is making it easier to create hundreds of advanced materials -- called polymers -- aimed at improving human health.
An app called What I Need is helping homeless youth in Mercer County find meals, shelter or even a job. It works by allowing young people to find the services they need without having to talk to an ...
The THINK surgical robotic knee replacement clinical trial at Hackensack University Medical Center is one of five sites in the United States that are performing total knee replacements through the use ...
A new federal law is offering hope for those besieged by solicitation and scam phone calls.
Amid what the Maker Depot founders are calling a manufacturing renaissance in New Jersey, the Maker Depot is using 3D printing technology to attract the next generation of builders.
By using the acronym FACE, Rutgers University's Charlotte Markey says parents can help their teen combat holiday season anxieties.