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Research Introduces a More Accurate Way to Gauge Pain in Mice, Yielding Potential to Help Chronic Pain Patients

Research Introduces a More Accurate Way to Gauge Pain in Mice, Yielding Potential to Help Chronic Pain Patients

The method could lead researchers to discover new ways to treat pain in human patients.

Investors Often Buy the Wrong Stock Because of a Similar Name or Ticker Symbol, says New Research at Rutgers University–Camden

Investors Often Buy the Wrong Stock Because of a Similar Name or Ticker Symbol, says New Research at Rutgers University–Camden

The study shows 55% of U.S. firms share some meaningful part of their name and ticker symbol.

Promoting Physical Activity to Female College Students Could Lead to Lifetime of Good Health

Promoting Physical Activity to Female College Students Could Lead to Lifetime of Good Health

Research suggests that colleges and universities should offer a variety of exercise programs to help women develop healthier lifestyles.

From Patient to Nurse: Graduating Nursing Student Brooke Trigiani

From Patient to Nurse: Graduating Nursing Student Brooke Trigiani

Inspired by nurses who cared for her when she was a patient, Rutgers University‒Camden nursing student Brooke Trigiani is fulfilling a dream to take care of others.

Rutgers Law–Camden Student Awarded Google Legal Institute Summer Fellowship

Rutgers Law–Camden Student Awarded Google Legal Institute Summer Fellowship

Brian Lewis’ interest in chemistry led him to pursue a career in law after he began studying intellectual property rights related to his chemistry research.