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Rutgers professor discusses importance of healthy sleep schedule during pandemic

(04/28/20 8:45pm)

Xue Ming, a professor of Neurology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, has been working in her field for more than 22 years. She discussed the potential changes and challenges in sleep due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, as well as the importance of maintaining a healthy sleep schedule during these times. 

Rutgers professor discusses hurricane relief effort in Puerto Rico

(04/06/20 11:11pm)

Richard Alomar, associate professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture, traveled to Puerto Rico this past summer to help address issues left by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Alomar is a core faculty member of the Rutgers Global Health Institute (RGHI) and was invited by the RGHI to partake in the initiative to help the Las Carolinas community. 

Rutgers student working with NASA on research of red algae, how it explains life on Earth

(03/30/20 8:53pm)

Julia Van Etten, a doctoral candidate in the Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution, is currently working with NASA on a research project that investigates how red algae can help explain early life on Earth. Van Etten works closely with her advisor, Dr. Debashish Bhattacharya, distinguished professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, and his team.

Physics Teacher Education Coalition recognizes Graduate School of Education for 8th consecutive year

(03/06/20 5:03am)

The Rutgers Graduate School of Education (GSE) has consistently been recognized by the Physics Teacher Education Coalition as one of the top schools nationwide for output of physics teachers. The GSE has been inducted into “The 5+ Club,” which honors institutions that produce five or more physics teachers in a given year, nearly every year since its inception in 2012. 

Rutgers Biomedical Engineers develop “bio-ink” that could be used for human tissue growth

(02/27/20 5:01am)

A study recently published in the journal “Biointerphases” discussed the work of Rutgers biomedical engineers in the development of their version of bio-ink, a substance made of living cells used in 3D printing. Specifically, the materials created from this bio-ink could serve as scaffolds for the growth of human tissues. 

Filmmaker, Rutgers professor discuss gender issues in film industry

(02/27/20 5:00am)

Recent controversial issues in the film industry, such as the lack of female nominees for Best Director at the 92nd Academy Awards or the sexual assault scandals surrounding Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby, have sparked conversation about gender issues in entertainment. Two experts of film discussed their experiences and commented on the gender issues they see in the film industry today.