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Wednesday November 26, 2014

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  • Second Life Provides Virtual Classroom at Rutgers

    Rutgers students are learning how to interact with each other and potential future colleagues all through the virtual world of Second Life.

  • Helping Babies Learn Language Skills

    A new game developed in the Infancy Studies Lab at Rutgers University-Newark helps babies develop the skills needed to learn language. The work could prove especially helpful for babies who come from families with a history of language impairment.

  • Rutgers University Pinelands Field Station Student Research

    Doctoral students from Rutgers University-Camden and Rutgers University-New Brunswick perform a range of scientific experiments to study the unique ecosystems of the Pine Barrens at the Rutgers University Pinelands Field Station.

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  • Rajendra Kapila, infectious disease physician, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, and Janet Golden, medical historian, Rutgers University-Camden

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared an international public health emergency to contain the spread of Ebola and warn people about its seriousness. Government workers at Newark Liberty, JFK and three other airports are on alert in case travelers from West Africa show signs of illness and need to be quarantined. Health officials and hospitals have established detailed protocols for handling possible cases. These Rutgers experts discuss how concerned Americans should be about a potential outbreak in this country.

     

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