As the wind and ice go, so go the phytoplankton; as the phytoplankton go, so go the krill and everything that eats the krill.
It’s possible that men are just as lonely, but express it differently or not at all.
Jefferson Township Middle School was named one of eight national winners of the Verizon Innovative App Challenge for the second year in a row.
Liberty Science Center in Jersey City partnered with Google to celebrate 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube.
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.
Hepatitis C is a major global health problem affecting 160 million people worldwide.
New Jersey is among several states selected to participate in the FAA's drone test.
Saint Peter's University Hospital is installing a new videoconferencing systems in the NICU.
Drug characteristics explored by Rutgers research team may also aid HIV treatment.
Verizon Chief Sustainability Officer James Gowen says $20 million of the $100 million Verizon has spent on green energy initiatives has gone to the facility in Basking Ridge.
Scientists project Jersey Shore sea level to rise 11 to 15 inches higher than the global average for next century.