Rutgers scientists pinpoint protein in brain pathway that enhances memory and could help scientists discover therapies for dementia.
Jose Medina is the first New Jersey Medical School student to hold a national leadership position.
Global sea level could rise by as much as 8 feet by 2100 in a worst-case scenario, according to federal report coauthored by Rutgers’ Robert E. Kopp.
Is this form of public protest still effective and, if so, what do organizers hope to accomplish?
The Quality Institute and Rutgers-Eagleton explore views on ‘telehealth’ in latest New Jersey Health Matters poll.
From climate change to Obamacare, the start of the Trump administration raises many questions for the future of policy in the United States.
Better diagnosis of fungal infections is key to reducing antibiotic resistance worldwide.
The Scarlet Knights women’s basketball team has rallied around its former student manager.
Rutgers graduate student Andrea Catone launches Action Together New Jersey to mobilize people who want to bring about local and national change.
New bike and bus lanes part of broader redevelopment initiative with city of New Brunswick.
A Q&A with Rutgers’ Robert E. Kopp, member of National Academies committee exploring climate-changing effects of carbon dioxide.
Enactus students apply classroom knowledge to troubleshoot real-world problems for struggling local businesses.
Narayan Mandayam leads research on how to improve the quality of life in cities and protect our planet.
Eathan Janney also tunes pianos in Peru, while overseeing a global piano tuning business.
A resolution read in Senate chambers marked the university’s 250th anniversary.
Susan Merkel lobbied for passage of New Jersey Birthright Bill, which goes into effect next month.
An expert at Rutgers' Care2Caregivers helpline shares tips on how families can celebrate the holidays with loved ones suffering from an illness that affects memory.
From a Barbie Dreamhouse to a Nintendo GameCube, the presents that Rutgers students say they received in childhood are still fresh in their minds today. Watch and see what else left an impression.
The initiative at Rutgers Douglass Residential College combines career, leadership and wellness programs.
Rutgers students rolled out Testable, an app that recreates the social, competitive atmosphere of studying with friends.