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Engineering Organisms for Renewable Energy

Engineering Organisms for Renewable Energy

In the ongoing race to find new methods of sustainability, two Rutgers University–Camden students have pulled ahead of the pack. Bacteria and other biological organisms can be genetically modified to produce larger amounts of fuel and similar products used for renewable energy. Using a software program they developed, computer science majors Jim Kelley and Tony […]

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Rutgers University–Camden Hosts International Conference on Group Dynamics

International scholars from prestigious universities in the United States and around the world have come to Rutgers University–Camden this week for a multi-disciplinary conference on group dynamics. The conference, titled “Modeling and Control in Social Dynamics,” brings together about 40 researchers from a variety of academic fields who are studying mathematics and self-organized group behavior […]

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Rutgers–Camden Researchers Analyze Cancer Mutations for International Science Competition

Rutgers–Camden Researchers Analyze Cancer Mutations for International Science Competition

Research being done at Rutgers University–Camden could help improve the way genomic cancer data is analyzed for research and clinical practice. Andrey Grigoriev, a professor of biology at Rutgers–Camden, and two research assistants, including a Rutgers–Camden graduate, are participating in an international competition of algorithms that seeks ways to better identify cancer-causing mutations in genes. […]

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Computational Analysis Plays Key Role in Developing Treatments for Infectious Diseases

Computational Analysis Plays Key Role in Developing Treatments for Infectious Diseases

In the fight against infectious diseases, researchers often look for new methods to improve treatments and find cures. Computational biology is one field that is playing an increasingly significant role in that fight. “There is a constant quest to find new therapeutics or improve on existing ones and computational analysis is becoming more important to […]

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Undergraduate Students Gain Research Experience

Undergraduate Students Gain Research Experience

There’s a lot of trial and error in research and, as many students can attest, it takes quite a number of tries before a study yields an optimal result. “It doesn’t always go smoothly, but you have to learn as you go. There’s a lot of value in that,” says Coraima Medellin, a Camden County […]

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