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Wednesday May 25, 2016

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  • Rutgers Formula Race Car

    It's one thing to want to drive a race car, but it's another thing to figure out how to build the car from scratch first. The Rutgers Formula Racing team celebrated building its 25th race car this year by showing it off at the prestigious New York International Auto Show. Watch our video and see it in action.

  • Smartphone Security: Are Doodles Better Than Text Passwords?

    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.

  • 3-D Printer Used to Help the Blind & Visually Impaired

    A Rutgers professor and student are using the latest in technology to help the visually impaired. Using a 3D printer, they have created tactile maps that can be used to navigate buildings.

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  • Jim Brown, assistant professor of English and director of the Digital Studies Center at Rutgers University-Camden

    In his new book, Brown expores how we are algorithmically making our own "bubbles of agreement" online based on rules we are making and others that computers and software programs are making for us. Learn more.

     

     

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  • Part submarine, part aircraft, Rutgers University researchers have developed a drone that is just as at home underwater as it is flying through the air. Watch our video to see the "Naviator" drone in action and read our story.

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  • Part submarine, part aircraft, Rutgers University researchers have developed a drone that is just as at home underwater as it is flying through the air. Watch our video to see the "Naviator" drone in action and read our story.