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Tactile maps with braille text and raised shapes symbolizing parts of the Alexander Library were developed by Rutgers students in the School of Engineering and 3D Printing Club to help blind and visually-impaired visitors.
“Silence of The Lambs” is one of various scary movies that Rutgers students in the Department of Psychiatry will be watching and analyzing this October during the “31 Knights of Halloween” course.
Frozen dessert foods containing liquid nitrogen commonly named “Dragon’s Breath,” “Heaven’s breath” or “Nitro puff,” have caused severe threats of respiratory injuries this quarter, according to a report in Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences’ quarterly.
Legalizing Marijuana in the state of New Jersey has been a key part of Governor Phil Murphy's agenda since taking office. Recently, state lawmakers said they are aiming for an Oct. 29 deadline for a piece of legislation to reach the governor's desk.
In a statement made on its Twitter account, Rutgers Undergraduate Academic Affairs stood by its decision to bring Lisa Daftari, a Rutgers alumna and journalist, to speak on campus as part of its Speaker Series program.
On Thursday, the Rutgers Office of Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance will host a candlelight vigil supporting survivors of domestic violence.
Picochlorum, a single-celled species of green algae, evolved to tolerate hostile living conditions. Research on these algae could help scientists create more robust algae to serve as biofuels, among other uses.
Gloria Bachmann, director of the Women’s Health Institute at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, has been advocating for the rights of women and the LGBTQ community over the course of her career at Rutgers.
The grant will help researchers understand issues of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation. Previous work conducted at Rush University tested the feasibility of using simulated video equipment to reduce abuse in high-risk populations.