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Faculty should receive same treatment as Schiano, AAUP-BHSNJ says

(12 hours ago)

The American Association of University Professors – Biomedical and Health Sciences of New Jersey (AAUP-BHSNJ) spoke out against Rutgers’ administration officials for hiring football head coach Greg Schiano. The union has been unable to reach a new contract with the University after more than a year and a half of negotiations, according to a press release from the AAUP-BHSNJ.






Bending organic semiconductor can benefit next-generation electronics, Rutgers study finds

(12/04/19 5:49am)

A Rutgers-led study has found that next-generation electronics, such as sensors and solar cells, may benefit from slightly bending semiconductors made of organic material that can double the speed of electricity flow, according to an article on Rutgers Today.





Rutgers, Princeton awards NJ congressman for support of scientific research

(11/25/19 4:46am)

Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) was awarded The Science Coalition’s Champion of Science Award by Rutgers University, Princeton University and The Science Coalition for his leadership, support and commitment to environmental science and medical research conducted at universities in New Jersey and across the nation, according to an article on Rutgers Today.











Rutgers team studies stem cells, creates better biosensor technology

(11/14/19 4:46am)

A Rutgers team, led by senior author KiBum Lee, a professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology in the School of Arts and Sciences, has used its findings regarding stem cells to advance biosensor technology. The technology may help develop safer stem cell therapies for treating Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, along with other neurological disorders, according to an article on Rutgers Today.