On September 17, NBC’s StormTracker 4 team visited Cook Campus, the site of the Doppler radar tower with its 1,000,000 watts of cutting-edge technology. IT’S GOT THE POWER! StormTracker 4 is powered by one million watts of cutting-edge technology. It can generate 1,000 pulses within the blink of an eye. And it has a range […]
Dylan Dreyer – Alumna
The Department of Nutritional Sciences at School of Environmental and Biological Sciences is collaborating with Robert Wood Johnson Medical School to teach medical students the role of food in preventing disease. Watch this Rutgers Today video where students learn how to create “culinary medicine.”
Malin Pinsky – Department of Ecology, Evolution & Natural Resources
One quarter of all New Jersey residents are facing a health problem so severe, it’s been deemed an epidemic — obesity. It seems it’s not just the population that’s growing in the Garden State, but our waist size too. A new report, called The State of Obesity issued by the Trust for America’s Health and […]
NJTV made a visit to the George H. Cook campus to get an overview of Ag Field Day. Executive Dean Bob Goodman is featured.
Rutgers has the answers to life’s big questions! Rutgers NJAES Extension Specialist in Forestry Mark Vodak explains how the shorter days and cooler nights affect the production of chlorophyll.
Produced by the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance, this video provides a comprehensive overview about impacts of a changing climate to people, places and valuable assets throughout the Garden State. Rutgers Professor of Environmental Sciences Tony Broccoli, Distinguished Professor at Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Michael Greenberg, Executive Director of Voorhees Transportation Center […]
Radon professionals know radon is a silent, invisible killer, but many homeowners don’t think it could be a serious problem in their homes. The Eastern Regional Radon Training Center (ERRTC), a part of Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education, provides training for professionals to become certified as radon measurement or mitigation service providers. ERRTC […]
Urban ecologist Mariellé Anzelone (CC ’93, GSNB ’00) leads “Plants are Cool, Too!” video series host Chris Martine through Inwood Hill Park, NYC’s primeval urban forest on the northern end of Manhattan. Martine is the David Burpee Chair in Plant Genetics and Research at Bucknell University, and the video series highlights intriguing plant research. This […]