In a world where human and industry activities keep steering climate change, a Rutgers startup aims to make cement manufacturing carbon-neutral while decreasing CO2 emissions.
A pair of Rutgers professors have partnered with a former colleague to form a startup with the goal of developing novel cancer treatments based on the use of antibody drug conjugates.
Rutgers researchers nearly swept the 2023 Philadelphia Nucleate Activator Program awards, highlighted by a team focusing on the creation of a new binge-eating disorder drug taking the High Performance Grand Prize.
Rutgers Office for Research hosted the Women on the Cutting Edge Conference, bringing together speakers from across the New Jersey research ecosystem to discuss the importance of female representation in research, scholarship, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Steg.AI, a startup based on artificial intelligence technology developed at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and founded by double Rutgers graduate Eric Wengrowski and School of Engineering professor Kristin Dana, PhD, hopes to use its innovative security software to help businesses and organizations protect their media assets and intellectual property.
Rutgers Office for Research is honoring Women’s History Month by highlighting researchers from each of the university’s four campuses: Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS), Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick. These five women, and the impressive work they do every day to make the world a better place, represent the best of Rutgers; the diverse faculty and the variety of research conducted within, inclusive of STEM, arts, humanities and the social sciences.
Rutgers Office for Research has signed an exclusive license with SoftGenetics, LLC for the company to commercialize innovative software technology developed by Rutgers-Camden professors Catherine Grgicak, PhD and Desmond Lun, PhD. The technology, called NOCIt, is a computational tool that calculates the probability of the number of contributors in a DNA profile.