Tag: Elizabeth Demaray

Gut Instinct: Live Sculpture Shows the Environmental Power of a Plastic Stomach

Gut Instinct: Live Sculpture Shows the Environmental Power of a Plastic Stomach

Elizabeth Demaray and her Biodesign Challenge students designed a “plastomach” – a stomach where plastic debris is fed and digested by white rot fungi – inspired by research conducted in the lab of Rutgers–Camden biologist John Dighton.

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Earth Day to be Celebrated (Two Days Later) with “Earth Ball”-Making Demonstration

Earth Day to be Celebrated (Two Days Later) with “Earth Ball”-Making Demonstration

In celebration of Earth Day – held nationally two days earlier – Rutgers University–Camden students and volunteers will demonstrate how to make “earth balls” as part of the citywide Camden Colorfield Project.

Posted in: Campus Life
Earth Day to be Celebrated (Two Days Early) with Seed Ball-Making Demo

Earth Day to be Celebrated (Two Days Early) with Seed Ball-Making Demo

In celebration of Earth Day – held nationally two days later on April 22 – Rutgers University–Camden students in the art and urban sustainability class and LEAP Academy University Charter School students will demonstrate how to make seed balls

Posted in: Community Outreach
“SkypeOnArt” Makes Connection with Globally Renowned Artists

“SkypeOnArt” Makes Connection with Globally Renowned Artists

Rutgers University–Camden is the central hub for interactive, online conversations with nationally and internationally renowned artists as it continues the “SkypeOnArt” lecture series this fall.

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Lecture Series Highlights Leaders in Sustainable Practices

Lecture Series Highlights Leaders in Sustainable Practices

Rutgers University–Camden will become the central hub for interactive, online, and in-person discussions with leaders in the field of sustainable practice as it presents the free SustainableMondays lecture series through April 27.

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