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Greater numbers of Canada geese expected to remain in New Jersey during winter

The annual goose migration to Rutgers is approaching. From loud honking to ruining shoes with their droppings, Canada geese are well-known on campus. People expect geese to fly south in the winter, but an overpopulation of Canada geese has led to large numbers remaining in the state, said Brooke Maslo, an extension specialist in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources in their fact sheet, “Canada Goose Ecology and Impacts in New Jersey."


Forensic archaeologist discusses likelihood of zombies

Zombies have been revived and reinvented in popular culture over the last several years. Television shows like "The Walking Dead" and films like "28 Days Later" and "Zombieland" have created many new zombie enthusiasts. Actual human zombies are very unlikely though, said Kimberlee Moran, a part-time lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice at Rutgers-Camden.


Professors discuss new Alzheimer’s research

The cause of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is uncertain, but scientists may now have new theories on how the disease spreads. Recent research from Nature, International Weekly Journal of Science, suggests that prions, or misfolded proteins, influence the development of Alzheimer’s.

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