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Monday January 26, 2015

Research News

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  • The Science Behind Breakfast

    Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Find out what research reveals about those who eat breakfast and learn about the most important characteristic of a good cereal.

  • Scuba Used to Promote Research Opportunity

    For undergraduates in a program that offers research opportunities in science, math and engineering, scuba diving is more than a recreational opportunity. In many cases, it relates to the work they're doing.

  • Controlling the Spread of Ebola

    Rutgers experts discuss the risk for Americans, lessons from medical history, and treating the sick.

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  • Joanna Kempner

    Joanna Kempner, Department of Sociology, School of Arts and Sciences

    Over the past 150 years, migraine headaches have been plagued by gendered images, metaphors and stereotypes. Kempner examines how migraines disrupt so many lives yet still continue to be trivialized by doctors, policymakers and society at large.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.