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Thursday July 31, 2014

Research News

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  • Advancing Nanotechnology

    Rutgers is the only university that's home to both a scanning transmission electron microscope and a helium ion microscope. The microscopes help researchers develop nanotechnology used to fight cancer, generate power, and create more powerful electronics.

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    Battling Cancer with Big Data

    Scientists at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey have forged a unique partnership with Rutgers engineers to analyze genomes and human tissues faster than ever before to pinpoint treatments for specific cancers. Meet a patient who has already seen his life changed from it.

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    Biomedical Engineering Students Work with Physicians to Make Surgery Safer

    New technologies for improved surgical tools or systems that speed access to time-sensitive pathology reports may well come from undergraduates working side-by-side with physicians.

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  • Gregory Mountain

    Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences

    Mountain is leading a study to examine how the New Jersey coastline advanced and retreated as sea levels rose and fell during historic times of climate change. This knowledge will help scientists and policymakers cope with today’s rising ocean levels that threaten people who live, work and vacation along the shore.

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