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Rutgers-Camden Researcher Seeking Participants for Diabetes Study

A Rutgers–Camden researcher is seeking participants for a study that examines how family, friends, and health care providers are involved in diabetes management. Kristin August, an assistant professor of psychology, hopes to determine the appropriate norms for social network involvement in diabetes management and how these norms differ by age, gender, and race. The study […]

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Big Research on a Small Scale

Big Research on a Small Scale

This summer, Rutgers–Camden students are doing some very big research on the smallest possible scale. A team of undergraduates is creating nanoparticles from different materials — such as copper, gold, and silver — using laser processing to seek out new avenues for material interaction and new applications for the nanoparticles they’re generating. “We’re interested in […]

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Rutgers-Camden Receives International Research Grant

Rutgers-Camden Receives International Research Grant

Rutgers–Camden has been awarded a grant that will fund an international research partnership to study the efficiency and sustainability of freight transportation. Alok Baveja, a professor of management at the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, is teaming with scholars from leading universities in India and the United Kingdom for the project titled “Next Generation Sustainable Freight […]

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Rutgers-Camden Students Share Research on Microbiology Day

Rutgers-Camden Students Share Research on Microbiology Day

From influenza and antibiotics to bacteria and funguses, Rutgers–Camden students have been hard at work this semester solving the many mysteries of microbiology. At Microbiology Day, held May 1 and 2 in the Rutgers–Camden Campus Center, 60 students performing research on a variety of topics in their General Microbiology course shared their discoveries and observations […]

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Using computer modeling to analyze DNA evidence

Using computer modeling to analyze DNA evidence

For a research project that sounds like it could have been taken from a CSI script, Desmond Lun, an associate professor of computer science at Rutgers–Camden, is working with a team of scientists from Boston University and MIT to use signal-processing techniques to determine a suspect’s likelihood of contributing to a DNA sample. Lun was […]

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