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Friday July 28, 2017

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  • Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program

    Imagine being able to discuss climate change with the State Climatologist or learn about New Jersey’s Geology from the people who map it. The Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program educates the public about the science behind pressing environmental issues and helps participants create positive change in their communities. Watch our video to learn more.

  • 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.

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  • Michael Gusmano, associate professor of Health Policy, Rutgers University School of Public Health

    Rutgers Today talks with the co-author of Caring for Older People in an Ageing Society about the top concerns of providing care to an increasingly aging population and how providers struggle with knowing when lines should be crossed.

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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.