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New research showing that that mercury levels are higher in some species of tuna could help consumers minimize their consumption of the silvery metal in their sushi and provide a powerful new tool for regulatory organizations.
HOBOKEN, N.J., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Brian Aitken, Founder & Chairman of Alister & Paine, was recently nominated to the Rutgers University Hall of Distinguished Alumni. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100419/NY88457 ) "I'm honored for the nomination but my accomplishments don't hold a candle to those of other Rutgers Alumni like Milton Friedman and Mary Baglivo.
Two computer scientists explored how smart phones can be hacked, hijacked and exploited without their ownerâ€™s knowledge.
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.
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.
PlayStation 3-based system developed by Rutgers engineers; evaluated in Indiana University School of Medicine pilot trial.
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.
Additional research focuses on practical application of nanotechnology across a wide range of fields including homeland defense and the environment.
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.
Electrons in complex matter sometimes arrange themselves into strange patterns, which remain shrouded in mystery.
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
- A timorous, cowardly fellow.