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There are few explanations for the causes of Alzheimer’s disease, but even fewer suggest it is a result of everyday meals. A researcher from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School may have found a link between the memory-eating disease and a chemical in food.
The world’s deepest living multicellular organism was recently discovered with the help of Professor Tullis Onstott of Princeton University. Onstott gave a presentation Friday in the Marine Sciences Building on Cook campus explaining his research on underwater organisms in South Africa.
Assistant professor Brett BuSha of The College of New Jersey created an exoskeletal device with his team to assist people whose hands have been weakened from disease or injury. BuSha gave a presentation last Tuesday at the Electrical Engineering Building on Busch campus.
CometCloud is a cloud-computing program that connects computers from around the world to solve problems in the fields of engineering, medicine, geology, business and physics. Manish Parashar, the director of the Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute, is a critical member of a team working on a piece of cloud-computing software that unites the global scientific community.
Environmentalist Lester Brown spoke to the Rutgers community last Thursday about the environment, the sustainability of Earth’s resources in the coming years and his new book “Breaking New Ground.” Each nation needs to limit its carbon emissions, said Brown, a Rutgers alumnus. If they do not, emissions will become so destructive that sustainability, in terms of food and resources, will be affected.