Internationally renowned Rutgers University scientist and former director of the Waksman Institute of Microbiology, Joachim Messing, was posthumously honored as this year’s recipient of the Science and Technology Medal from the Research & Development Council of New Jersey for his groundbreaking work in shotgun DNA sequencing.
Work by Ukrainian mathematician Maryna Viazovska, second woman to win a Fields Medal, includes contributions by Rutgers Professor Stephen Miller.
Psychiatry professor Anthony Tobia weighs in on speculation that this season’s plot is a metaphor for mental health.
Two Rutgers professors have been elected as members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which recognizes accomplishments and leadership in academia, the arts, industry, public policy, and research.
A research mathematician’s work might seem very different from that of a jazz musician. But a Rutgers University professor who has inhabited both roles to widespread acclaim would disagree. Alex Kontorovich develops number theories and melodies.
Rutgers faculty elected to the newest class of fellows for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) are engaging in research to tackle some of the greatest mysteries of human health, build a better understanding of the body’s response to disease and advance the growth of green energy.