February 18, 2019 Jeffrey D. Laskin and Thomas Nosker among first to be honored for fostering innovation, mentoring tomorrow's inventors Jeffrey D. Laskin, one of the most cited scientists in the field of chemical toxicology, and Thomas Nosker, whose plastic recycling technologies have been commercialized worldwide, are elected senior members of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
February 27, 2019
December 5, 2018
Rutgers’ Laura Fabris to play key role in federal project to fight influenza virus They’re called TIPs and their task would be to infiltrate and outcompete influenza, HIV, Ebola, and other viruses. Soon, Rutgers’ Laura Fabris will play a key role in a project aimed at designing TIPs – therapeutic interfering particles to defuse the flu.
November 20, 2018
This was an excellent opportunity for all to reconnect with alums!
October 22, 2018
The Department of Defense invited Professor Tom Nosker to the Pentagon for a high-level presentation and discussion of the potential for the Rutgers graphene/polymer composite technology in a range of military applications requiring lightweight materials with high strength and stiffness. Dr.
September 21, 2018
Faculty of the Year Lisa C. Klein Distinguished Professor, Materials Science and Engineering Lisa C. Klein is a distinguished professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Since joining Rutgers University in 1977, she has been a vital member of the university community as a scholar, teacher, researcher, advocate, and mentor.
September 10, 2018
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September 10, 2018
Rutgers Engineering Society Distinguished Engineer Award Grant Lu, Ph.D. (MS’80, PhD’83 Ceramic Engineering) President Heraeus Quartz North America
September 4, 2018
Professor Goel has been awarded a $1,500,000 grant by the U.S. Department of Energy – Office of River Protection to study the factors affecting the design and development of glasses formulated for direct-feed vitrification of Hanford’s low activity waste and high-level waste.
July 18, 2018
Rutgers study opens door to broader use of sunlight and advanced materials to combat climate change Star-shaped gold nanoparticles, coated with a semiconductor, can produce hydrogen from water over four times more efficiently than other methods – opening the door to improved storage of solar energy and other advances that could boost renewable energy use and combat climate change, according to Rutgers University–New Brunswick researchers.
May 23, 2018
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