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Thursday September 18, 2014

Research News

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  • Rutgers University Pinelands Field Station Student Research

    Doctoral students from Rutgers University-Camden and Rutgers University-New Brunswick perform a range of scientific experiments to study the unique ecosystems of the Pine Barrens at the Rutgers University Pinelands Field Station.

  • Controlling the Spread of Ebola

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

  • Ganeshan, Parashar, Foran
    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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  • Jerry Belsh

    Jerry Belsh, physician and professor of neurology, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

    The Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral on social media, helping raise awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Researchers have been unable to reverse the downhill course of ALS, widely known as "Lou Gehrig's Disease," but Belsh says there is hope that new experimental methods may change that. He describes what researchers are doing to improve the outlook for those who suffer from ALS.

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  • Rutgers joins a group of business, higher education, and scientific organizations urging Congress to "close the innovation deficit" with strong federal investments in research and higher education.

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  • Rutgers joins a group of business, higher education, and scientific organizations urging Congress to "close the innovation deficit" with strong federal investments in research and higher education.