Research Highlights

Rutgers–Camden Researcher Finds Opportunity for Ancient Mongolian Herb to Treat Depression

Rutgers–Camden Researcher Finds Opportunity for Ancient Mongolian Herb to Treat Depression

An herb used by Mongolian ruler Genghis Khan to promote bravery and stamina in his soldiers may be beneficial in treating depression.

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Rutgers‒Camden Scientists Search for Causes of Vaping-Related Illnesses and Deaths

Rutgers‒Camden Scientists Search for Causes of Vaping-Related Illnesses and Deaths

Researchers will examine many aspects of e-cigarettes, including the contents of the vape liquid and the components of the cartridges.

Cultural Friction Between Managers of Foreign Subsidiaries and Host Country Workers Can Harm a Firm’s Performance

Cultural Friction Between Managers of Foreign Subsidiaries and Host Country Workers Can Harm a Firm’s Performance

Deeksha Singh of the Rutgers School of Business‒Camden says language is a major delineator between two cultures.

Sales Can Stagnate if Online Retailer Promotions Are Limited to Previous Purchase Patterns

Sales Can Stagnate if Online Retailer Promotions Are Limited to Previous Purchase Patterns

Online retailers could boost overall sales by offering returning customers promotional items that are different from prior purchases.

Truth in Fiction: A Q&A with Co-Authors on New Book on Dystopian Politics

Truth in Fiction: A Q&A with Co-Authors on New Book on Dystopian Politics

Co-authors and political scientists Shauna Shames and Amy Atchison look to fiction to shed light on dystopian governments in their new book, Survive and Resist: The Definitive Guide to Dystopian Politics (Columbia University Press).

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