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Ahmed Elgammal, a professor in the Department of Computer Science, is the director of the Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University. The lab was formed five years ago and works on aspects of perception and cognition related to human creativity in order to develop artificial intelligence.
On Wednesday afternoon, Johnson and Johnson’s Chief Procurement Officer Len DeCandia spoke at an event for Engineers Week. He shared his career experience and advice for engineering students.
In the coming weeks, a team of four will officially launch Jabbr, a real-time, event-based mobile app that locates the hottest spot on campus and gives users an exclusive peek inside.
Vaccines have become a renewed subject of interest with the introduction of a new Rutgers Student Health policy that requires students to receive the meningitis B vaccine.
Engineering students gathered to learn more about their options after graduating college.
Alcohol-related issues, especially on college campuses, receive widespread national attention because of the large number of people they affect.
As science develops, new research, data and findings come about, which revolutionizes technology and brings forth improvements to better humanity.
A Rutgers—Newark postdoctoral associate is trying to improve scientific knowledge about how metal cycles through the environment.
Several different processes are involved in the creation of pills like Advil, which are manufactured in batches. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently awarded Rutgers' Engineering Research Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems (C-SOPS) $4.9 million in grants to speed up pill creation through continuous manufacturing.
The behavior of the parasitic creature in the science fiction film “Alien” is similar to that of a real-life parasitic wasp, said George Hamilton, chair of the Department of Entomology.
The Rutgers Energy Institute is trying to find ways for Rutgers to be more environmentally friendly, all while satisfying the energy needs of tens of thousands of students, faculty and staff.
Solar energy has grown in leaps and bounds from where it began years ago.