Rutgers Researcher Uses Genomics and Gene Editing to Help Save Coral Reefs
A Rutgers researcher who seeks to save dying coral reefs will examine their genetic makeup to try to pinpoint the genes involved in coral bleaching caused by climate change.
Beneficial Bacteria Can Be Restored to C-Section Babies at Birth
Babies born by cesarean section don’t have the same healthy bacteria as those born vaginally, but a Rutgers-led study for the first time finds that these natural bacteria can be restored.
Rutgers Microbiologists’ Research Subject of Feature-Length Documentary
“The Invisible Extinction” chronicles the pioneering work of globetrotting microbiome researchers Martin Blaser and Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello
Rutgers University Launches the Nation’s Largest Study of Health Care Workers Exposed to COVID-19
More than 800 employees from Rutgers, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and University Hospital are participating in a pioneering study
Rutgers and Tel Aviv University Enter Partnership to Boost Research Collaboration
Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway and Ariel Porat, president of Tel Aviv University, signed a memorandum of understanding that will further the collaboration between the two research universities.
Bacteria May Travel Thousands of Miles Through the Air Globally
Study could shed light on harmful bacteria that share antibiotic resistance genes
Technology Developed at Rutgers Sublicensed to Global Biopharmaceutical Company
Base editing technology invented at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and exclusively licensed to Revvity, Inc. subsidiary Horizon Discovery, has been sub-licensed to biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to support its creation of cell therapies for the treatment of cancer and immune-mediated diseases.
Molecular Machinery That Makes Potent Antibiotic Revealed After Decades of Research
Discovery by Rutgers and other scientists could lead to new antibiotics and anticancer drugs
CBN Assistant Professors Max Tischfield and Rafiq Huda receive Brain and Behavior Research Foundation’s Young Investigator Award
Rafiq Huda and Max Tischfield were both awarded the Young Investigator Awards by the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. This award supports early-career scientists in neuroscience.
Inexpensive Saline Solution Can Improve Speed, Effectiveness of COVID-19 Testing
A readily accessible saline solution can safely store coronavirus samples, allowing for more effective testing and long-distance transport to labs, Rutgers researchers find
Rutgers Cancer Institute Researchers Receive $2.3 Million to Combat Common Cancers
Funding supports investigation of cell metabolism and tumor development in common cancers
Rutgers Commits to Equity in STEMM Disciplines
The STEMM Equity Achievement (SEA) Change initiative supports institutions as they identify and address barriers for those excluded or marginalized in the STEMM fields based on their gender, race, ethnicity, disability or other aspects.