A new group of socially-cognizant roboticists will emerge from Rutgers thanks to a $3M National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) grant. The first major traineeship grant awarded to the School of Engineering will equip researchers and graduate students with insightful research that integrates technology domains of robotics, computer vision and machine learning with social and behavioral sciences.
At Rutgers' Office for Research, we are proud and grateful for the extraordinary efforts and work of our researchers to improve lives. Their discipline, persistence and commitment, in good and in challenging times, are a testament to the excellence that Rutgers aspires to achieve every day. Thank you, Champions!
Students who Google their homework answers may get a short-term boost but at the cost of longer-term harm, according to a new study by psychology professor Arnold Glass in the School of Arts and Sciences.
Scientists have long believed that ocean viruses always quickly kill algae, but Rutgers-led research shows they live in harmony with algae and viruses provide a “coup de grace” only when blooms of algae are already stressed and dying.
A new state-of-the-art brain-imaging scanner for advanced exploration into the workings of the human brain - a Siemens PRISMA functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanner - will soon be available to researchers at the Rutgers University Brain Imaging Center thanks to a National Science Foundation grant in combination with matching funds from Rutgers University.
A five-year, $2.2 million R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health to Rutgers University‒Camden is supporting research to help drug manufacturers produce medications that won’t cause liver damage to patients.
A team of Rutgers professors developed the COVID Nearby app to help monitor the spread of coronavirus with a guarantee of privacy to individuals reporting information. The app will also provide researchers with insights about the privacy preferences of individuals during health emergencies.