In an effort to expand and enhance New Jersey’s research and innovation ecosystem, Rutgers Office for Research’s Innovation Ventures will participate in a technology transfer partnership with the New Jersey Association of State Colleges and Universities (NJASCU).
Rutgers professor Elizabeth Torres hopes to take her innovative, computer-based approach towards autism and child development to a new level through a partnership with a social-emotional learning (SEL) platform provider.
Rutgers Office for Research was well-represented at the New Jersey Equity in Commercialization Collective (NJECC) annual conference at NJIT’s Campus Center in Newark, NJ.
The Fiserv-RU-N Program for Inclusive Innovation will create a center on campus that will serve as a research and incubation space for the RU-N community and local businesses, provide annual scholarships for undergraduate students over a five-year time span, and support career modules to prepare students for internships and jobs.
The RCSB Protein Data Bank, headquartered at the Rutgers Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine, announced the expansion of its data storage capacity through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Open Data Sponsorship Program. The AWS program is providing the Protein Data Bank with more than 100 terabytes of storage for no-cost delivery of information to millions of scientists, educators, and students around the world who are working in fundamental biology, biomedicine, bioenergy, bioengineering and biotechnology.
Rutgers University and Tel Aviv University (TAU) signed a memorandum of understanding that will further the collaboration between the two research universities and establish a presence by TAU at The Hub, a 550,000-square-foot, $665 million project in New Brunswick, NJ.