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Syracuse's Paul Harris scored 26 points and the ninth-ranked Orange dominated the second half against Rutgers Saturday, trouncing the Scarlet Knights 82-66. The Orange led by just a point at halftime but streaked ahead in the second half, hitting 12 straight shots during one stretch. Arinze Onuaku scored
Lazar Hayward and Jerel McNeal combined to make eight free throws in the final 34 seconds Wednesday, lifting No. 15 Marquette past Rutgers 81-76. Wesley Matthews made all 10 field goal attempts to lead the Golden Eagles with 23 points.
PPD, Inc. (Nasdaq:PPDI) today announced the Mario Family Foundation has pledged $5 million to the Rutgers University Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy. Dr. Ernest Mario and his wife, Millie, established the foundation, and he serves as chairman of the board of directors at PPD.
Flooding from Hurricane Katrina caused fungus expert Joan Bennett to believe in so-called toxic mold.
Researchers said on Thursday that three naturally occurring antibacterial compounds hold promise for a new class of antibiotics, offering hope for fresh weapons against infection at a time when older drugs are losing their punch.
To: ENVIRONMENTAL EDITORS Contact: David Samberg of Verizon Wireless, +1-845-365-7212, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Carl Blesch of Rutgers University, +1-732-932-7084 ext 616, email@example.com Companys Wireless Phone Recycling Program Establishes Permanent Collection Points on RU Campus to Raise Awareness of Dating Violence and Protect the Environment NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Oct.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Oct. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Rutgers University President Richard L.
By ASHLEY KINDERGAN, STAFF WRITER It's difficult to think of a way to add pounds faster than living the stereotypical college lifestyle. Juggling coursework, jobs and a social life leaves little time for exercising or even regular meals.
By JAMES M. O'NEILL, STAFF WRITER Rutgers University will plant 7,200 solar panels in a field early next month to create New Jersey's largest solar energy facility.
By BOB GROVES, STAFF WRITER New Jersey could be harmful to your hormones, say scientists launching a program to study social and environmental links to glandular disease.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.