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Friday January 20, 2017

Research News

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  • Rutgers Research Vessel at Work on Raritan River

    Rutgers students and faculty are conducting research on a new boat that is turning the nearby Raritan River into a laboratory and classroom. Watch and see it in action.

  • Beekeeping for Beginners

    Beekeeping is making a comeback in New Jersey. Rutgers is training new beekeepers with the hope that the hobby might turn into a profession for some and help solve New Jersey's bee shortage. Watch our video to see what all the buzz is about.

  • The Science Behind Good Beer

    Your ice cold glass of beer wouldn't taste as good if a brewer didn't use hops. Watch our video to see how Rutgers is helping New Jersey hops growers analyze their plants to better meet the needs of the state's micro brewers.

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Featured Expert:

  • Brian Strom, Executive Vice President of Health Affairs and Chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences

    For many years, doctors, scientists and researchers have urged that clinical drug trial data be shared to accelerate medical advances in treating multiple diseases. But two years after free patient data became available in a major data-sharing project, the biggest surprise is how little it is being used. Strom, lead author of a paper in The New England Journal of Medicine, discusses why.

Small Multimedia Feature

  • Drawing a free-form gesture on your smartphone may soon be the way you unlock it. A Rutgers professor says using your fingers to create doodles may be the future of securing digital devices. Watch our video to see the technology in action. 

Video Feature

  • Drawing a free-form gesture on your smartphone may soon be the way you unlock it. A Rutgers professor says using your fingers to create doodles may be the future of securing digital devices. Watch our video to see the technology in action.