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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.

Rutgers prepares for 3rd home game against Drexel

(11/13/19 5:35pm)

The Rutgers men’s basketball team is looking to get its third win in a week’s span when Drexel comes to town. The Scarlet Knights (2-0), are coming off two strong performances, most recently a 47-point win against Niagara. The last matchup before a road trip to Ontario, Canada, Rutgers looks to capitalize on the Dragons (2-1) and win its third game in a row. 

Points Per Read-Week 11

(11/13/19 1:52am)

With 10 weeks in the books, I can say with certainty that this has been one of the most grueling fantasy seasons I’ve ever experienced. Somehow I have managed to be ranked top 3 in all of my leagues. Nevertheless, it seems as though there have been more key injuries and letdowns this year than ever before. The only players that were picked top 10 in fantasy drafts, and have actually lived up to their expectations, are Christian McCaffrey and Michael Thomas. Every other player has either been hurt or just simply hasn’t produced. With that being the case, this was really a year that tested the managing capabilities of fantasy owners, and the work doesn’t stop now. Similarly to last week, there are a decent amount of superstars on a bye, so this will be another week where the waiver wire is crucial. As usual, I will include my start/sit predictions at the end of the column.