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Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Novel Selected as One of Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Month; Currently Editor’s Choice on BookBrowse.com

Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Novel Selected as One of Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Month; Currently Editor’s Choice on BookBrowse.com

Lauren Grodstein’s provocative new novel, The Explanation for Everything, published by Algonquin Books on Sept. 3, has been selected as one of Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Month. It is also currently an editor’s choice on BookBrowse.com. In addition, Algonquin Books, Kobo, and the American Booksellers Association have partnered to create The Explanation for Everything […]

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Rutgers–Camden to Host Writers in Camden Series; First Readings Set for Sept. 11

Rutgers–Camden to Host Writers in Camden Series; First Readings Set for Sept. 11

Trying to write that novel, but the right words elude you? Have you shelved your ideas? Need to dust off your plans? The first chapter toward literary success begins at Rutgers-Camden, as the nation’s top authors, poets, editors and publishers once again visit the campus to lead a series of inspiring and engaging readings and […]

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Researchers Calculate Cell Chemical Reaction Rates Using Gene Expression

Researchers Calculate Cell Chemical Reaction Rates Using Gene Expression

A pair of Rutgers–Camden researchers is taking an innovative approach to measuring how quickly cells react with chemicals. The new process could be a valuable resource in metabolic engineering and biochemical production. The key lies within a cell’s genes. “Genes produce the proteins that make chemical reactions happen. They tell you a lot about what’s […]

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