Tag: Research

Sales Can Stagnate if Online Retailer Promotions Are Limited to Previous Purchase Patterns

Sales Can Stagnate if Online Retailer Promotions Are Limited to Previous Purchase Patterns

Online retailers could boost overall sales by offering returning customers promotional items that are different from prior purchases.

Life-altering Lymphedema Research Underway Thanks to Center for Computational and Integrative Biology Doctoral Student

Life-altering Lymphedema Research Underway Thanks to Center for Computational and Integrative Biology Doctoral Student

Catherine Rosenberg’s potentially life-changing lymphedema work with her physician.

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Excellence in Science: Undergraduate Students Present Research at the American Physical Society Conference in Baltimore

Excellence in Science: Undergraduate Students Present Research at the American Physical Society Conference in Baltimore

With nearly 10,000 attendees, the March 2016 meeting of the American Physical Society attracted some of the top physicists and researchers to Baltimore to share groundbreaking research initiatives from various industries, universities, and labs around the world. Two Rutgers University–Camden undergraduate students were invited to be among them. “The entire conference experience was really humbling,” […]

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A Real Catch: Rutgers–Camden Alumnus Uses Doctoral Research in Australia to Help Reduce Extinction Threat to Shark Species

A Real Catch: Rutgers–Camden Alumnus Uses Doctoral Research in Australia to Help Reduce Extinction Threat to Shark Species

By Ed Moorhouse First, Jaws made beachgoers think twice before going into the water. Then, Discovery Channel dedicated a weeklong block of summer programming to the predators at sea. Now, sharks are flying out of tornados in wildly inventive made-for-TV movies. Sharks have always seeped into the imaginations — and nightmares — of people everywhere, […]

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Parkinson’s Disease Patients May See Improved Care with New Tool Developed by Rutgers University–Camden Nursing Scholars

Parkinson’s Disease Patients May See Improved Care with New Tool Developed by Rutgers University–Camden Nursing Scholars

By Ed Moorhouse Despite increasing rates of Parkinson’s disease, the chronic and progressive movement disorder affecting as many as one million Americans and up to 10 million people worldwide, many nurses do not have the experience needed to deliver the specialized care required by those patients. A training program under development at the Rutgers School […]

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