Rutgers faculty elected to the newest class of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) are engaging in research to enhance our understanding of the universe, prepare the world to address climate change and find ways to restore brain function after traumatic injury or disease.
A newly identified regimen resulted in tumor regression and improved survival, according to a Rutgers study.
Rutgers researchers hope their genome-assembly tool will spur the development of new treatments for bacterial infections.
A Rutgers study shows how digestive inflammation may drive MS and provides further evidence that more fiber by combat the condition.
The Office for Research hosted a well-attended open house for researchers and faculty to tour the newly renovated 30,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art Research Tower Core Services facility.
Scientists from Rutgers University-New Brunswick are leading a new $3.2 million study that aims to continue developing sweet basil plants resistant to downy mildew and an emerging bacteria that has decimated the crops of the culinary herb for more than a decade.