Rutgers Researchers Identify the Origins of Metabolism

Scientists insert synthesized, primordial protein into living cells

Research Team Studying Aging and Disease Adapts During Pandemic

Monica Driscoll, a molecular neuro-geneticist in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers-New Brunswick, seeks to discover the ways in which humans might extend healthy lifespan, a job that is not done easily over Zoom.

Seizures During Menstrual Cycle Linked to Drug-Resistant Epilepsy

Study finds surprising connection in some women with genetic generalized epilepsy

Rutgers to Test Whether Probiotics Can Increase Immune Protection Against COVID-19

Rutgers will enroll 54 participants who have tested positive for COVID-19 but have not yet been vaccinated

How a Rutgers Team Is Working to Crack the Coronavirus Code

State Researchers at Rutgers University might have found the key to fighting it.

Protein That Could Prevent Chemical Warfare Attack Created at Rutgers

A novel protein design could lead to a new generation of defensive biosensors and treatments against weapons of mass destruction.

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In the Latest Human vs. Machine Match, Artificial Intelligence Wins by a Hair

Rutgers protein scientist, who competed against a computer program, says machine learning will advance biotechnology

Rutgers Scientists Discover New Role for Sensory Signals in the Brain

Findings could help lead to new treatments for Parkinson’s disease, psychiatric disorders

Why People Overuse Antibiotics

A Rutgers study examining global misuse of antibiotics highlights the need for physician and patient education

Researchers Uncover Triple Immunotherapy Combination as Potential Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer

A newly identified regimen resulted in tumor regression and improved survival, according to a Rutgers study

Genetic Code Evolution and Darwin’s Evolution Theory Should Consider DNA an ‘Energy Code’

‘Survival of the fittest’ phenomenon is only part of the evolution equation

Rutgers Researchers Receive Inaugural HealthAdvance™ Award To Develop First-in-Class Anti-Cancer Therapeutics

Rutgers Researchers Receive Inaugural HealthAdvance™ Award To Develop First-in-Class Anti-Cancer Therapeutics

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.

Rutgers Advances Research and Medical Education in Partnership With the HUB

A new Rutgers Translational Research facility and a new Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School home will be cornerstones of the NJ Innovation & Technology HUB.

CBD Shows Health Benefits in Estrogen-Deficient Mice that Model Postmenopause

Rutgers study shows cannabidiol may be a possible treatment for postmenopausal women

Combining Ancient and Modern Medicine, Scientists Use Cupping to Deliver COVID-19 Vaccine in Lab Tests

Rutgers researchers studying COVID-19 have created a new way to deliver DNA molecules into skin cells, using a suction technique similar to the ancient healing practice of cupping that increases blood circulation and promotes healing.

Rutgers Awarded $5 Million Grant from NIH to Improve Access to COVID-19 Testing within Underserved and Vulnerable Communities

The award is part of the RADx Underserved Populations (RADx-UP) program in the Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics (RADx) initiative

Rutgers Scientist Who Researches the Sense of Smell Named Rita Allen Foundation Scholar

Kevin Monahan, an assistant professor in the department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, believes our sense of smell was under-appreciated until people started to lose it during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Infant Antibiotic Exposure Can Affect Future Immune Responses Toward Allergies

Early life exposure to antibotics in utero and through mother’s milk disrupts beneficial gut bacteria, compromising T-cell development, Rutgers research shows

Gut Microbes Disturbed by COVID-19 Infection, Especially with Antibiotics

A Rutgers study of patients with the virus could aid development of probiotic supplements

New Study Sheds Light on Origins of Life on Earth

A Rutgers-led team has discovered the structures of proteins that may be responsible for the origins of life in the primordial soup of ancient Earth.