A groundbreaking study from Rutgers University-Camden on who gets treatment and what impact it has on a child’s development.
For the 100 million people who live within 3 feet of sea level in Southeast Asia, the news that sea level in their region fluctuated wildly more than 6,000 years ago is important.
Amber and Kevin Fitzpatrick, who met in a mess tent, are pursuing careers in medicine at Rutgers.
Van Zandt and LGBTQ and HIV health care advocate Harvey J. Makadon will receive honorary degrees at the ceremony on May 14.
The board also renamed two other locations as recommended in the Scarlet and Black report.
Students, faculty and staff will celebrate with a wide range of cultural and educational activities, including screenings, performances and lectures.
Rutgers graduate student Cara Faillace and Professor Peter Morin studied evolution in models of invaded ecosystems.
Rutgers student Bob Mostello has a doctorate in chemical engineering and 20 patents to his name.
Online learning is part of the future of education.
After decades of breeding, researchers released the Scarlet Fire, the first Asian dogwood of its kind with deep pink color.
Rutgers' Judy Postmus, vice chair of the New Jersey Child Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board, says the initiative will help prevent infant deaths.
Research led by a Rutgers public health expert reveals poverty and inequalities contribute to premature deaths in India's capital city.
A Rutgers School of Public Health student and former Marine dedicates her life to improving the lives of vulnerable communities.
Rutgers-New Brunswick students can ‘Halo home’ with the help of caring, entrepreneurial students.
Rutgers’ Jeffra Schaefer helped conduct study on the potential impact of climate change and rising methylmercury levels on the marine food web.
The film explores Cuban-Americans’ complicated relationship with long-shrouded country 90 miles of the coast of Florida.
Michael Johnson, Co-founder of Visikol Inc., was named to Forbes' ‘30 Under 30’ list for science.
Jackie Kelly (R ’16), Scott Sincoff (R ’14) and Morgan Parrish (R’16) work together at KVRR-TV, the Fox affiliate in Fargo. Find out how they arrived there "coincidentally, but intentionally."
Rutgers’ Ronke Olabisi is trying to develop biomaterials that can speed healing in space and on Earth.