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Working Toward Digestive Health by Probing an Unusual Cell in the Gut

A team led by a Rutgers University-Newark biologist looks to unlock secrets of inflammatory disease.

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Professor's Research May Hold Key to Less Congested U.S. Border Crossings

U.S. Department of Homeland Security funds supply chain management professor's work.

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Biology Doctoral Candidate Dominic Evangelista Wins Prestigious NSF Award

Rutgers University–Newark Ph.D. student Dominic Evangelista has just been awarded the prestigious Post-Doc Research Fellowship in Biology from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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A Small Dragonfly Is Found to Be the World's Longest-Distance Flyer

Rutgers scientists say matching genes on multiple continents show insects migrate across oceans.

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Ants Were Socializing – and Sparring – Nearly 100 Million Years Ago, Rutgers Study Finds

Several species of ants, well-preserved in ancient Burmese amber, were studied by Phillip Barden, a biologist at Rutgers University-Newark.

Like people, ants have often fought over food and territory.

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