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Inoka Widanagamage, a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Rutgers—Newark, studies trace metals to determine how microscopic organisms use them. This research can help scientists understand the earliest forms of life.

Postdoctoral associate aims to solve environmental issues

A Rutgers—Newark postdoctoral associate is trying to improve scientific knowledge about how metal cycles through the environment. Inoka Widanagamage, a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, specializes in environmental geochemistry. She completed her doctorate at Kent State University last year, and began research at Rutgers—Newark.


Rutgers Energy Contest Challenges Students to Innovate

The Rutgers Energy Institute (REI) is trying to find ways for Rutgers to be more environmentally friendly and at the same time satisfy the energy needs of tens of thousands of students, faculty, and staff. The REI Energy Contest is an annual competition that encourages undergraduate students to devise methods for improving energy efficiency at Rutgers, according to the REI website.

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