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Rutgers University - New Brunswick

Rutgers University – New Brunswick took root more than 250 years ago. We are the state’s most comprehensive intellectual resource—the flagship campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, as designated by the Association of American Universities. We are the region’s most high-profile public research institution and a leading national research center with a global impact.

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Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway and Benedict College President Roslyn Clark Artis highlight the importance of free speech on campus and the responsibility colleges have to teach students how to find common ground with others and engage in “constructive civil discourse.”
A report by scientists offers the first genomic evidence that Atlantic cod evolved new traits over only decades during a period of overfishing – evolutionary changes that scientists formerly believed could take millions of years.
An international collaboration involving Rutgers researchers have conducted the most comprehensive sequencing yet of the complete DNA sequence of the little skate.
Students who are nonbinary, female or in their second year of college are most affected by academic stress, a Rutgers study finds
A global study of asthma patients by Rutgers and an international team of researchers found a combination of two drugs dramatically reduces the chances of suffering an asthma attack.
A receptor that was first identified as necessary for insulin action, that also is located on the neural stem cells found deep in the brains of mice, is pivotal for brain stem cell longevity, according to a Rutgers study
Two strains of the bacterium causing tuberculosis have only minor genetic differences but attack the lungs in completely different fashion, according to Rutgers researchers.
Inhaled nanoparticles – human-made specks so minuscule they can’t be seen in conventional microscopes, found in thousands of common products – can cross a natural, protective barrier that normally protects fetuses, according to Rutgers University scientists studying factors that produce low-birth-weight babies.
Rutgers analysis answers questions arising from immunosuppressive treatments, and the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine for those with inflammatory bowel disease.