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Sang-Hyuk Lee, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and his team will utilize a $1.5 million grant to study how the cell walls of plants are created. He is combining optical tweezing with another technique, super-resolved fluorescence microscopy, to complete his research.
Incumbent Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez won his bid for re-election last night, defeating Republican challenger Bob Hugin in the process.
“Ten Blocks on the Camino Real," a 1953 play by Tennessee Williams, was reimagined by a new cast and crew of Rutgers students in the Mason Gross School of the Arts last week. The play was directed by David Schweizer.
The living wall is found in the New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health (IFNH) building, and spans three floors. Its purpose is to showcase a diverse selection of plant life in order to benefit the building’s aesthetics while also promoting health.
Salvador Mena, vice chancellor for Student Affairs, endorsed the program and said it enhances Rutgers’ ability to support students who are DREAMers.
Students serving on the Student Charter Trustee seat will hold the position for a minimum six-year term starting on July 1, 2019. Student applicants must have completed two years of undergraduate study.
In order to better communicate their research to others, Rutgers doctors and scientists are using improv to speak with larger, non-science oriented audiences.
Arnold Glass, a professor in the Department of Psychology, emailed students apologizing for his policy that does not excuse student absences during Yom Kippur, after initially defending his syllabus in a statement to The Daily Targum.
For a nominal fee of $250, interested participants can enroll in the Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program that teaches them to understand the science behind the most prominent issues of the 21st century.
Dr. M. Michele Blackwood, the chief of Breast Surgery at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and now works to treat patients with necessary information about their cancer diagnosis and treatment options.