The New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health (IFNH) and ProDigest, a company that develops unique laboratory models of the complete gastrointestinal tract of humans and animals in Belgium, announced a new strategic collaboration in the area of “digestive health.” As part of this collaboration, ProDigest’s Simulator of Human Intestinal Microbial Ecosystem (SHIME®) was […]
From Rutgers to a remote Panamanian village to a graduate school in London, England: see the twisting and turning path to success taken by one EPH student. Pinch Me, I’m Dreaming Waking up in London each morning for the past year has been a bit of a dream for K.C. Murray. He attends intensive classes […]
Jack Rabin’s retirement celebration took place Friday, December 9, 2016 at the Cook Student Center and capped a nearly 34-year career. Rutgers faculty & staff, New Jersey farmers & politicians, and friends of Jack Rabin’s came from near and far to wish him well. The celebration began with talks and presentations and ended with food […]
Scott Glenn, distinguished professor in the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences and co-director of the Center for Ocean Observing Leadership, has been named winner of the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) Oceanography Award for “outstanding contributions to the field of oceanography.” Glenn, who is being honored for his career developing and deploying new technologies […]
The extensive career of Mark Robson, specialist in entomology and professor in the Department of Plant Biology (CC’77, GSNB’79, ’88), is profiled in the Fall 2016 edition of the 1766 Magazine, a publication of Rutgers Alumni Association.
More than 300 ocean gliders from Rutgers are exploring the world beneath the waves to gather critical information about the last frontier on Earth — the oceans. LiveBIG (the Big 10 Network) has produced a video that profiles the gliders’ underwater circumnavigation of the globe.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Farming Magazine Robin Brumfield, professor of farm management at Rutgers University, took a Rutgers Cooperative Extension Project called Annie’s Project and as the result of a feasibility study she did, changed the program to fit Turkish conditions and renamed it Suzanne’s Project in honor of Brumfield’s daughter. […]
The inaugural Rutgers-New Brunswick Chancellor’s Awards for Faculty Excellence were announced in September. The awardees represent a range of Rutgers faculty members, at all stages of their careers, whose exceptional work in their particular areas has been recognized by their peers. Each award recipient receives a certificate acknowledging their outstanding contribution and a gift to […]
Jodie Shen, International Student
Rutgers NJAES faculty in the fields of agriculture and human nutrition are working together on an international development project that combines these disciplines to strengthen the linkage between increased production and consumption of fresh vegetables with improved human health and nutrition. Principal investigator Jim Simon, distinguished professor of plant biology, with co-principal investigators Dan Hoffman, […]