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Scientists at Rutgers University have developed a targeted drug delivery system that they believe could make ovarian cancer more treatable and increase survival rates for the most deadly gynecological cancer in the United States.
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To commemorate the life and memory of the late Nelson Mandela, VIBE veteran Kevin Powell penned a post for ESPN about the South African legend's global impact.
The Rutgers University School of Law-Camden has been sanctioned for accepting students who took standardized graduate school tests other than the Law School Admission Test, the American Bar Association's accrediting arm announced Wednesday.
Giancarlo Tello is a New Jersey DREAMer and campaign manager for the NJ Tuition Equity for DREAMers Coalition.
The sea level is expected to rise about 1.5 feet off the Jersey Shore by 2050, and a 10-year nor'easter in 2100 would cause more flooding in Atlantic City than during superstorm Sandy, a Rutgers scientist predicted Thursday.
The Associated General Contractors of America offers scholarships for current college students scholarships worth $2,500 per year for up to three years.
Aiming to promote the early detection of lung cancer, the Thoracic Oncology Program at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey has partnered with its Flagship Hospital Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and University Radiology to offer $99 lung cancer screenings to the community.
Robert Smithson's sculpture "Non-Site. Line of Wreckage " is an upright aluminum box painted barn red, with open slats on its wide sides, containing chunks of broken concrete that Smithson had picked up while wandering around industrial ruins in New Jersey.
Statewide precipitation totaled 7.44 inches from September through November - 4.2 inches below average, according to a report by David A. Robinson , the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University.
Much of their time is spent commemorating others. So the New Jersey Historical Commission finally decided it was time to honor them.
Rutgers School of Law-Camden has been publicly censured and fined $25,000 for violating an accrediting standard that requires law schools to use a valid and reliable admissions test to evaluate an applicant's prospects of graduating.
Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's Hardball and author of Tip and the Gipper: When Politics Worked will be this year's featured speaker at Rutgers University's Louis J. Gambaccini Civic Engagement Series: Toward Better Citizenship.
NEW BRUNSWICK - The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics unveiled a searchable database today that gives the public a glimpse into how much state colleges are spending on sports.
When a New Jersey worker gets sick or needs to care for a family member, should she have to lose wages and risk losing her job? To us, and the thousands of advocates working to bring earned sick days to the 1.2 million Garden State workers who lack this basic benefit, the answer is clearly no.
For Amy Kinzel, where to celebrate Thanksgiving was a no-brainer. She prepared a dinner for six at her house in Cherry Hill, N.J., seven if you count 19-month-old Sam.
Service to others is the hallmark of Rotary International and the thousands of Rotary clubs and 1.2 million Rotarians throughout the world.