Rutgers–Camden researcher explains how pandemic worsened racial achievement gap
Last week, Rutgers’ Office for Research announced a new, unified patent policy that was approved and became effective retroactive to July 1, 2021. The Patent Policy was a collaborative effort between University leadership, faculty, staff, and union representatives. It will enhance efforts to support entrepreneurship and expand the innovation ecosystem at Rutgers.
Rutgers Innovation Ventures has executed an exclusive license between Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and the startup RenewCO2.
What will the next pandemic look like? Health officials from across the globe gathered in Geneva at a World Health Organization meeting to focus on how lessons learned from COVID-19 might best prepare civilization for the "next one."
While social distancing and wearing masks kept the 2021-2022 flu season milder than pre-pandemic levels, experts who expect flu cases to rise this year as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted are urging people to get their flu vaccine.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey has added another startup to its current portfolio of 94. The university has signed an exclusive license with the startup NanoInk Imaging, which is advancing an optical imaging technology based on Rutgers’ patented nanoprobes that enable imaging in the short-wave infrared range. Imaging over this new optical window provides target-specific, high contrast visualization of small tumors.