The Garden State is facing increased competition from around the country and the globe.
The intermediate waters of the Pacific Ocean are absorbing heat 15 times faster over the past 60 years than in the past 10,000.
Sleep deprivation and darkness can cause drivers to doze when they believe they are alert.
Rutgers scientists investigate excess protein production in brain cells.
Rutgers faculty member Gloria Bachmann is one of the professors working to develop humanities electives for medical students, which aims to graduate better doctors.
Andrew Baker, associate professor of physics and astronomy, helped commission a radio observatory in Chile that gathered black hole images. The findings offer insights into galaxy evolution.
The lightRadio cube is a small device that has the same functionality as a cell tower.
Post-Sandy, Mayor Dawn Zimmer is working on ways to prepare for the next storm.
This has been a divisive issue on Long Beach Island for years and it has led to legal fights.
The Art of Science exhibit at Liberty Science Center is offering an aesthetic, creative perspective into the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Rutgers and Richard Stockton College worked together with geospatial mapping company Woolpert to capture 3D images of hard hit Jersey Shore areas.
Liberty Science Center President and CEO Paul Hoffman discusses the center's 12 Days of Science, going on now through Jan. 1. The event offers interactive learning experiences for children on winter ...
NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly is scheduled to embark on a one-year space mission in the spring of 2015 that would break the record for the most consecutive days in space by an American.
Mission Fifty, a Hoboken coworking space, became a haven for New York commuters and Hoboken companies without power or Internet access after Sandy.