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U.S. President Biden Announces Eight Nominees to Serve as U.S. Attorneys
Brain-repair discovery could lead to new epilepsy treatments
Discovery of Unknown Brain-Repair Process Could Lead to New Epilepsy Treatments
Babies at Risk for Diabetes May Have Microbiota Restored
Childhood exposure to gun violence increases risk of violent behavior as adults
Scientists developing inhalable COVID-19 vaccine spray
Public Health Summer Program Increases STEM Career Interests in High Schoolers
Study finds that professional development opportunities do not delay doctorate training or publications
Black, Latinx People Confident in COVID-19 Safety Precautions but Skeptical About Vaccines
Antibiotics in Early Life Could Affect Brain Development
Impairments found in neurons derived from people with schizophrenia and genetic mutation
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Smokers are at Higher Risk for Smoking Menthol Cigarettes
Huge volcanic eruption disrupted climate but not human evolution
Increased Physical Contact Does Not Infer Stronger Social Support, Data Indicates
International Workshop on National Multilingualism reveals connections between Horn of Africa and South Asia
Early humans were sheltered from worst effects of volcanic supereruption
Better predicting how plants and animals will weather climate extremes
New Microchip Sensor Measures Stress Hormones from Drop of Blood
Rutgers Opens Center for Advanced Human Brain Imaging Research
Researchers Create Better Method to Predict Offshore Wind Power
Just Enough Information Will Motivate Young Children to Learn, Drive Curiosity
New study sheds light on evolution of photosynthesis
COVID’s next casualty could be your cup of coffee
COVID-19’s socio-economic fallout threatens global coffee industry
What Was Learning At Home Like For Under-Connected Families?
Newly sequenced genome of extinct giant lemur sheds light on animal’s biology
Beneficial Bacteria Can Be Restored to C-Section Babies at Birth
Most New Jerseyans Say Housing Costs are a Serious Problem; Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Housing Access
Most New Jerseyans Say Housing Costs are a Serious Problem, Finding a Place to Rent is Difficult
New Book Makes Case Bill Barr Served as Donald Trump’s ‘Hatchet Man’
People with Health Insurance Vaccinated More Than Those Without, Survey Finds
Predisposition to Addiction May Be Genetic
Cardiac MRI Effective in Detecting Inflammation of Heart in Athletes Who Had COVID-19
2021 Gov Race is Currently Murphy’s to Lose
Murphy’s Pandemic-High Ratings Ease; High Marks on Handling of Pandemic Continue, Taxes Still a Sore Spot
Older Chinese Americans Can Improve Family Relationships and Cognitive Function Through Acculturation
About One in Six New Jerseyans Say They Won’t Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Cannabis Legalization Could Lead to Health Disparities in Women of Reproductive Age
Study Examines Effectiveness of Skin Barriers that Protect Clinicians from Irritation Due to Prolonged Mask Use
Dental School Researcher Gets Approval to Begin Clinical Trials for Cancer Therapy
Young Adults with Schizophrenia Have Highest Suicide Risk
Advancing diversity and inclusion in business requires a common language, knowledge
Can Racial Identity Protect Black Teens From Racism-Related Stress? It’s Complicated
Police Reform Following George Floyd Murder: One Year Later
Scientists discover a protein that naturally enhances wheat resistance to head scab
Delivering “serendipity”: Seemingly random product discovery, aided by technology
36 Dwarf Galaxies Had Simultaneous “Baby Boom” of New Stars
Young Teens Should Only Use Recreational Internet and Video Games One Hour Daily, Rutgers Research Suggests