Research Highlights

Researcher Explains The Science Behind the “Ambiguously Colored Dress”

Researcher Explains The Science Behind the “Ambiguously Colored Dress”

As reported by numerous media outlets, a debate has been feverishly heating up the Internet regarding the true color of a blue – or maybe it’s a white? – dress. Sarah Allred, an assistant professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, explains the science of color perception behind “the ambiguously colored dress.” For more about Allred’s […]

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Army Education Outreach Program Supports Research Projects for High School and Undergraduate Students at Rutgers University–Camden

Army Education Outreach Program Supports Research Projects for High School and Undergraduate Students at Rutgers University–Camden

A South Jersey high school student and a Rutgers University–Camden undergraduate student will have the opportunity to participate in significant STEM research projects beginning this summer through the highly selective Army Educational Research Program. The Army Research Office has chosen Rutgers–Camden as a host institution for its High School Apprenticeship Program (HSAP) and its Undergraduate […]

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Mobile App Puts Researcher’s Tips and Tools for Sustainable Health Management into Action

Mobile App Puts Researcher’s Tips and Tools for Sustainable Health Management into Action

Charlotte Markey, a professor of psychology at Rutgers University–Camden, has helped to develop the innovative new SmartenFit app, an easy-to-use tool to help individuals navigate a path toward sustainable health, as a companion to her new book, Smart People Don’t Diet.

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Research Center to Present Update on its Camden Neighborhood Change Study

Research Center to Present Update on its Camden Neighborhood Change Study

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) at Rutgers University–Camden will present an update on the significance and goals of its “Camden Neighborhood Change Study,” at noon Friday, Jan. 30.

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Research to Fight Pathogens That Infect Canola Takes Root at Rutgers–Camden

Research to Fight Pathogens That Infect Canola Takes Root at Rutgers–Camden

Research that will help to fight soil-borne pathogens that infect canola plants is taking root at Rutgers University–Camden. Canola is oil produced from the seed of several varieties of plant known as Brassica rapa, which includes leafy vegetables like cabbage or broccoli. These plants are very susceptible to a pathogen that causes clubroot, a common […]

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