Arts and Culture

Gut Instinct: Live Sculpture Shows the Environmental Power of a Plastic Stomach

Gut Instinct: Live Sculpture Shows the Environmental Power of a Plastic Stomach

Elizabeth Demaray and her Biodesign Challenge students designed a “plastomach” – a stomach where plastic debris is fed and digested by white rot fungi – inspired by research conducted in the lab of Rutgers–Camden biologist John Dighton.

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Artist and Researcher’s Book Explores World of Subversive Bioart

Artist and Researcher’s Book Explores World of Subversive Bioart

Artist and researcher LiQin Tan explores the unchartered world of bioart in his new book, Singularity: Subversive BioArt.

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Rutgers University–Camden

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Rutgers University–Camden

Rutgers University–Camden will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a schedule of activities.

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The Truth is Out There: A Q&A with Prof. Emeritus Ted Goertzel on the “Let’s Storm Area 51” Meme

The Truth is Out There: A Q&A with Prof. Emeritus Ted Goertzel on the “Let’s Storm Area 51” Meme

Ted Goertzel, a professor emeritus of sociology at Rutgers–Camden and a research expert on the phenomena of conspiracy theories, explains the fascination with the “Let’s Storm Area 51” meme.

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Repurpose: Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Project Shows Camden Youth How to Create Works of Art from Recycled Materials

Repurpose: Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Project Shows Camden Youth How to Create Works of Art from Recycled Materials

Visiting artists affiliated with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts have been leading Camden youth in the creation of art from recycled materials gathered at Rutgers University–Camden.

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