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In an international collaboration with universities in Poland, Russia and England, Rutgers scientists solved a 30-year mystery of a specific enzyme’s molecular machinery in producing an important antibiotic, which is a key protein used by the immune system to fight off bacteria.
Julia Van Etten, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources, has always been interested in the unusual.
The incoming first-year class of the Fall 2019 semester will see a new core curriculum that includes new requirements and rules designed to make scheduling and fulfilling the core easier.
Rutgers' American Association of University Professors and American Federation of Teachers (AAUP-AFT), a group dedicated to promoting minority representation among Rutgers faculty, was one of many present at the second event of the third annual Dream Week. The event took place at the Busch Student Center at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
With the new year in its early stages, many students go to the recreation centers at Rutgers to fulfill their 2019 resolutions.
A Rutgers-led study found that binge and heavy drinking may cause a person's DNA to change, causing a cycle where they crave alcohol even more, according to Rutgers Today.
Rise and shine: students at Rutgers share how they start their days during the semester.
Yesterday morning the gene-editing company Horizon Discovery, better known as Horizon, announced that they would be entering an exclusive partnership with Rutgers to develop a new technology to edit genes known as base editing, according to Business Wire.
The nomination of billionaire philanthropist and former Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Glenview Capital Management, Amy Towers, for a seat on the Board of Governors has sparked opposition from the Rutgers faculty union and professors.
The Rutgers Student Food Pantry in New Brunswick has seen the number of food insecure students more than double coming in for meals in the last five months of 2018, compared to the previous two years combined.
The Rutgers University Debate Union (RUDU) hosted the 2019 North American Debating Championship last weekend from Jan. 25 to 27, marking the first time the University has hosted this tournament.
Thirty-six-year-old David Stewart has been indicted by a grand jury for vehicular homicide in the third degree and driving with a suspended license, according to Patch.com. The charges stem from when he struck 19-year-old Cory Aufiero, a Rutgers Business School sophomore, on George Street on Sept. 28.
According to the American Cancer Society, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men, and the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in American men. In light of these statistics, Antonina Mitrofanova, assistant professor in Health Informatics, recently identified the gene responsible for the spread of prostate cancer through her computer algorithm.
Only 8 percent of people who set New Year's resolutions will accomplish them, according to Forbes.
More than 100 people, from students to farmers and commercial agriculture producers, gathered at the Douglass Student Center last weekend for the 29th Annual Winter Conference, hosted by the Northeast Organic Farming Association-New Jersey (NOFA-NJ).
Mason Gross School of the Arts has begun a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program, which will allow graduate students to research topics and content for projects in a deeper way, said Jacqueline Thaw, an associate professor in Design at Mason Gross.
The New Jersey Film Festival for the Spring 2019 semester begins today. For the next three weeks, independent films will play almost every night at Voorhees Hall on College Avenue.
Starting immediately, nearly all health facilities at Rutgers will postpone copays, deductibles and balances due for federal employees who are furloughed and their dependents for services provided at a University facility or provider.
The Rutgers Solar Car Team has obtained its first solar-powered vehicle from Stanford University, which it will work on to ultimately use in the Formula Sun Grand Prix race in July.
Rutgers—Camden has recently named Kimberly Mutcherson as co-dean of Rutgers Law School, making her the first Black and first LGBTQ law dean at Rutgers University.