News

July 2017

July 28, 2017
Rutgers researchers invent technology that could lead to wearable biosensors Imagine wearing a device that continuously analyzes your sweat or blood for different types of biomarkers, such as proteins that show you may have breast cancer or lung cancer. 
July 24, 2017
Rutgers University named two School of Engineering associate professors Chancellor’s Scholars in recognition of their outstanding achievements both in the classroom and laboratory. Mechanical and aerospace engineering professor, Jingang Yi, and chemical and biochemical engineering professor, Rohit Ramachandran, will hold the Chancellor’s Scholar title for up to five years, receiving additional funds for innovative research endeavors.
July 24, 2017
From limited English to predicted valedictorian, Randy Roque Sanchez achieves success with help from two Rutgers enrichment programs Monday, July 24, 2017  
July 17, 2017
School of Engineering professor David Shreiber has been named chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. Shreiber, whose three-year term commenced on July 1, 2017, replaces Noshir Langrana who served as chair for twelve years.
July 17, 2017
Recognizing Achievement in Asset Management, Automotive Safety, Telecommunications, and Aerospace Innovation
July 17, 2017
Researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Michigan State University devise way to reduce the amount of enzymes needed to convert biomass into biofuels Biofuels like the ethanol in U.S. gasoline could get cheaper thanks to experts at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Michigan State University.

June 2017

June 27, 2017
Scientists at Rutgers and other universities build technology that could lead to rapid discovery of new medicines and biomarkers hidden in genomes
June 12, 2017
A biomedical engineering senior design project team has been selected as one of five finalists in the MGH-APF 9th Annual Student Technology Prize in Primary Healthcare competition for their work on creating a diagnostic tool that will mitigate the rise of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
June 12, 2017
Rutgers University’s Engineering Honor Society Tau Beta Pi demonstrated the concepts of energy, momentum, and optimization to students in Woodbridge’s Program for the Exceptionally Gifted (PEG) by means of a popular trend—the water bottle flip challenge. As part of the honor society’s MindSET program, the event gave the third- to fifth-grade students a hands-on engineering lesson as they tested which water level, bottle size, and fluid type optimized the bottle’s chances of landing upright once thrown into the air.
June 7, 2017
Rutgers-New Brunswick engineering students’ eco-friendly designs will curb stormwater runoff Tuesday, May 30, 2017 When Superstorm Sandy assaulted New Jersey in 2012, ocean water invaded dozens of homes and the public works department in Linden’s vulnerable Tremley Point section, causing an estimated $3 million in damages.

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