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Basil Battle

Professor Jim Simon and graduate student Rob Pyne are working to develop a sweet basil that resists the downy mildew pathogen that is plaguing this favorite herb.

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Mon, 2015-08-24

Global Health Research

Student Madison Little sees health as a right. His passion led him to present research findings at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Australia.

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Mon, 2015-08-24

On the Banks

A far-reaching university initiative and a new book provide an education in what it will take to save New Jersey's meandering Raritan River.

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Mon, 2015-08-17

Polyglot's Paradise

Extensive language and linguistics offerings, robust study abroad programs, and a diverse student population help language student Jeremy Yeaton flourish.

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Mon, 2015-08-17

Decision Time

Philosophy professor Ruth Chang explains strategies for making hard choices.

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Mon, 2015-08-10

On the Road

For 10 years, the School of Public Health has taken students studying occupational health and safety to industrial job sites to study workplace hazards and safety controls.

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Mon, 2015-08-03

A Better Strawberry

A sweet and juicy fruit bred for the Garden State, the Rutgers Scarlet is now for sale to the public. Thanks, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station!

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Mon, 2015-08-03

A New Galaxy of Stars

Rutgers honors the new members of the Hall of Distinguished Alumni.

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Mon, 2015-07-27

Bumper Crop

Amaranth, fenugreek, purslane, bitterball eggplant ... Thanks to Rutgers, New Jersey farmers are growing produce indigenous to the homelands of the state’s immigrant groups.

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Mon, 2015-07-27

The Miracle Worker

Rachana Tyagi, an assistant professor of surgery and director of pediatric neurosurgery at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, is a rare talent.

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Mon, 2015-07-27

George Segal in Black and White

A long relationship between two artists lies behind the photographs of Donald Lokuta on display at the Zimmerli Art Museum.

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Mon, 2015-07-20

Honored by Rutgers

The Board of Governors adopts a resolution recognizing the achievements of World Cup soccer champion Carli Lloyd, a 2006 graduate.

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Thu, 2015-07-16

4 for 4

Rutgers nominated four students for prestigious 2015 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships—all four won. They are each conducting research that may one day change the world.

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Mon, 2015-07-13

The Best of Times

Ohio resident Carrie Best flies in for treatments at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Her groundbreaking therapy activates the immune system to destroy cancer cells.

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Mon, 2015-07-13

Trailblazer

As a second-year student, Eliot Nagele stumbled upon an overgrown woodland trail on campus. He spent the next few years restoring this forgotten gem.

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Mon, 2015-07-13

A Great Day in New York

Rutgers fans swarm Manhattan to celebrate the victory of the United States Women's National Team and standout alumna Carli Lloyd.

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Fri, 2015-07-10

World Champion

Congratulations to alumna Carli Lloyd on her historic hat trick and a record third World Cup title for the United States Women's National Soccer Team.

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Mon, 2015-07-06

Antarctic Edge: 70° South

This thrilling documentary follows scientists to one of the fastest warming places on earth. Rutgers students played an important role in the film's production.

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Tue, 2015-06-23

What Will They Think of Next?

An automated soccer trainer and a gift-wrapping machine are just a couple of the inventions developed by engineering students to make life easier.

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Mon, 2015-06-22

Join the Conversation

Find the Rutgers social media channels that interest you, sign up, and add your voice to the discussion.

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Mon, 2015-06-15

Road Warrior

Engineering student Rusty Shamborovskyy spends his days trying to improve something you don’t think about much: the road beneath your car.

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Mon, 2015-06-15

A 20-Year Celebration of Film

For two decades, the New Jersey International Film Festival has excelled at showcasing engaging works often found nowhere else.

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Tue, 2015-06-02

Global Health Research

Student Madison Little sees health as a right. His passion led him to present research findings at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Australia.

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Tue, 2015-06-02

To Feed the World

Congratulations to one of the world's top experts in molecular genetics and food crops, professor Joachim Messing, on his election to the National Academy of Sciences.

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Thu, 2015-05-21

Well Done!

Rutgers University honors our newest graduates and welcomes them to our proud alumni family.  See event videos.

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Mon, 2015-05-18

Catching Butterflies

Those pregame flutters in the pit of the stomach are a fact of life in sports, as real as the score on the scoreboard. How do athletes come to terms with butterflies?

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Mon, 2015-05-18

Well Done!

Rutgers University honors our newest graduates and welcomes them to our proud alumni family.

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Sun, 2015-05-17

Let It Rain!

University Commencement will take place at High Point Solutions Stadium on Sunday, May 17, 2015, rain or shine. Only in the event of an electrical storm will the ceremony be canceled.

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Thu, 2015-05-14

Healing Combination

New Jersey Medical School student Khoa Tran's love for literature led to his interest in narrative medicine, a treatment approach that stresses listening and reflection.

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Mon, 2015-05-11

4 for 4

Rutgers nominated four students for prestigious 2015 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships—all four won. They are each conducting research that may one day change the world.

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Mon, 2015-05-04

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