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Monday March 27, 2017

Research News

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  • Augmented Reality Adds New Dimension to Learning at Rutgers

    Rutgers is developing a new way for college students to learn called augmented reality, or AR. Hover a smartphone over an object and watch it spring to life in 3D using an augmented reality app or see a video begin playing on a page.

  • 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.

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  • Joel Cantor, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and the founding director of Rutgers’ Center for State Health Policy, Rutgers-New Brunswick

    Cantor explains the hurdles to an Affordable Care Act replacement plan and examines GOP proposals in this Q&A.

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  • 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. 

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  • 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.