• Walking Smart Gel

    Researchers have created a 3D-printed hydrogel that "walks" underwater and grabs and moves objects. The devices may find uses in biomedical engineering and soft robotics.

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    Smart Gel
  • The Frank Lautenberg Papers

    The Alexander Library exhibits artifacts of New Jersey’s longest-serving U.S. senator, who left a big imprint on state politics and national policy.

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    Lautenberg Artifacts
  • Help for Greek Agriculture

    With a $27 million grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Rutgers will train young Greeks in modern farming practices and food sciences.

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    Young farmers conferring in a Greek grove
  • Taking Public Health to City Streets

    Under Dean Perry N. Halkitis, a new School of Public Health program focuses on urban issues and their connections to health problems.

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    Perry Halkitis

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