Research Highlights

Prestigious NSF Award Presented to Rutgers‒Camden Researcher to Study the Effects of Climate Change on Ecological Diversity by Examining Millennia-Old Material

Prestigious NSF Award Presented to Rutgers‒Camden Researcher to Study the Effects of Climate Change on Ecological Diversity by Examining Millennia-Old Material

Angélica González will receive nearly $925,000 to support her exploration in the Atacama Desert.

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Racism Kills Black People in Inconspicuous Ways, Says Rutgers–Camden Scholar

Racism Kills Black People in Inconspicuous Ways, Says Rutgers–Camden Scholar

Oscar Holmes IV, an expert in organizational behavior, was inspired to to examine other less noticeable ways that racism kills Black people after the killing of George Floyd.

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Researchers Study Virus Evolution Trends Relevant for COVID-19 and Other Pandemics

Researchers Study Virus Evolution Trends Relevant for COVID-19 and Other Pandemics

Scholars are studying the RNA genome of the coronavirus behind COVID-19 and trying to anticipate how to combat its mutations in the future.

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Can America Devolve Into Civil Conflict? More Easily Than You Know, Says Political Scientist

Can America Devolve Into Civil Conflict? More Easily Than You Know, Says Political Scientist

Prof. Beth Rabinowitz explains that the United States being on the precipice of sectarian conflict isn’t really so preposterous.

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Student’s Research Could Have an Impact In Saving Lives and the Planet

Student’s Research Could Have an Impact In Saving Lives and the Planet

Karleena Rybacki developed a passion for research through her opportunities as an undergraduate.

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