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2010-03-26 07:04:53

Mice trained to improve their working memory become more intelligent, suggesting that similar improvements in working memory might help human beings enhance their brain power.

2010-03-24 06:00:00

PHILADELPHIA, March 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On March 31, hear from the woman who has helped bring more than 200 film, television and video productions to the City of Philadelphia.

2010-03-17 13:30:00

PlayStation 3-based system developed by Rutgers engineers; evaluated in Indiana University School of Medicine pilot trial.

2010-03-16 09:00:00

EDISON, N.J., March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- netForensics, Inc., a leader in the Security Information Management market, today announced that President and CEO Dale Cline has been named to Rutgers University's CEO Roundtable.

2010-02-26 07:00:00

Additional research focuses on practical application of nanotechnology across a wide range of fields including homeland defense and the environment.

2010-02-22 13:20:00

Computer scientists at Rutgers University have shown how a familiar type of personal computer security threat can now attack new generations of smart mobile phones, with the potential to cause more serious consequences.

2010-02-13 09:13:52

Electrons in complex matter sometimes arrange themselves into strange patterns, which remain shrouded in mystery.

2010-01-20 18:13:32

A new brain-based computational model is helping to understand how Parkinson's disease and dopamine medications—used to treat motor symptoms caused by the disease— can affect learning and attention.

2010-01-15 09:30:03

Twenty PECASE awardees were nominated by NSF from its distinguished pool of CAREER awardees.

2010-01-14 11:00:00

NEWARK, N.J., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Verizon Foundation has awarded Rutgers University's Graduate School of Education a $150,000 grant to help equip teachers with the tools and skills needed to prepare students for success in today's digital society. The grant, announced Thursday (Jan.

Word of the Day
  • A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.
The word 'dipsas' comes from a Greek word meaning 'thirst'.