A new study by researchers at Rutgers-Newark and Penn State-Abington explores the radicalization process for “incels,’’ a term meaning “involuntary celibates,’’ and how their online community--where members define themselves by their inability to attract women--can lead to violence.
A ground-breaking long-term study of Alzheimer's disease in African Americans being conducted by Rutgers University-Newark will double in size thanks to a new five-year $7.4 million grant from the National Institute on Aging.
Researchers at Rutgers-Newark have spent the past year drilling down to explore the impact of school segregation in New Jersey—which has one of the most segregated school systems in the nation--in an effort to find solutions that will help today’s students succeed.
SASN Researcher Charlotte Francoeur has won a National Science Foundation (NSF) Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Biology to study the microbial activity of honeypot ants living in different locales across the globe.
It matters what your baby hears. Even during sleep, the sounds that infants are exposed to can play a big role in language development, especially for babies at risk of language delays, according to a Rutgers University-Newark neuroscientist.