Research Roundup


Paneth Cell-Derived Lysozyme Defines the Composition of Mucolytic Microbiota and the Inflammatory Tone of the Intestine


Lead Scientist SASN Prof. Nan Gao

Fear of a Black and Brown Internet: Policing Online Activism


Sahar F. Aziz, Rutgers Law School; Khaled A. Beydoun, University of Arkansas - School of Law

'STOP COVID-19': An Actionable Plan to Stop the Pandemic. Why Stopping the Pandemic Is Simpler, Faster and More Effective Than Just Slowing It Down


Alok Baveja, Rutgers Business School - Rutgers University,  Ajai Kapoor


Electron‐Deficient Borinic Acid Polymers: Synthesis, Supramolecular Assembly, and Examination as Catalysts in Amide Bond Formation


Monica K. Baraniak, Prof. Roger A. Lalancette, Prof. Frieder Jäkle of RU-N Department of Chemistry


The Political Psychology of Citizen Satisfaction: Does Functional Responsibility Matter?

Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory

Sebastian Jilke and Martin Baekgaard


Controlling the Optoelectronic Properties of Pyrene by Regioselective Lewis Base‐Directed Electrophilic Aromatic Borylation

Chemistry: A European Journal

Mukundam Vanga, Roger A. Lalancette, Prof. Frieder Jäkle of RU-N Department of Chemistry


Recycling endosomes in mature epithelia restrain tumorigenic signaling

American Association for Cancer Research

Rutgers-Newark Co-Authors: Luca D'Agostino, Sayantani Goswami, Sheila Bandyopadhyay, Juan Flores, Iyshwarya Balasubramanian, Ivor Joseph, Victoria Farrell and Nan Gao


Orbital-free density functional theory correctly models quantum dots when asymptotics, nonlocality, and nonhomogeneity are accounted for.

American Physical Society  

Wenhui Mi and Michele Pavanello of RU-N Department of Physics


Generation of high-intensity ultrasound through shock propagation in liquid jets

Physical Review Fluids | The Daily News 

Physicist Claudiu Stan (SAS-N)

Rutgers Researchers Discover Crucial Link Between Brain and Gut Stem Cells

Newswise | Eureka Alert | Science Blog

Nan Gao (SAS-N - Biological Sciences)


Opposing Influence of Sensory and Motor Cortical Input on Striatal Circuitry and Choice Behavior

Current Biology

James Tepper (SAS-N –Center for Molecular and Behavorial Neuroscience)


Charged‐cell periodic DFT simulations via an impurity model based on density embedding: Application to the ionization potential of liquid water

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry

Johannes Tölle, Pablo Ramos, Michele Pavanello


Endocytosis of commensal antigens by intestinal epithelial cells regulates mucosal T cell homeostasis


Xiao Zhang (SAS-N - Biological Sciences), Sheila Bandyopadhyay (SAS-N - Biological Sciences), Ronaldo P. Ferraris, Nan Gao (SAS-N - Biological Sciences)


Serious violent behavior and antisocial outcomes as consequences of exposure to ethnic‐political conflict and violence among Israeli and Palestinian youth

Agressive Behavior

Prof. Paul Boxer (SAS-N - Psychology, Senior Fellow - SCJ)


Black hole in a superconducting plasma

Plysical Review D

Prof. Chinmoy Bhattacharjee (SASN - Physics)


An integrative phylogenomic approach illuminates the evolutionary history of cockroaches and termites (Blattodea)

Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences

Prof. Jessica Ware (SAS-N - Biological Sciences)


Burlesquing Blackness: Racial Significations in Carnivals and the Carnivalesque on Colombia’s Caribbean Coast

Public Culture. Duke University Press

Melissa Valle, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology and African American and African Studies


What Is Social Justice Education Anyway?

Education Week

Crystal Belle, Director of Teacher Education, RU-N Department of Urban Education 


Revenue Structure and Spending Behavior in Nonprofit Organizations

The American Review of Public Administration

Prof. Lindsey Mcdougle (SPAA), Jongmin Sho (SPAA), Madinah Hamidullah (SPAA)

War Is Not Part of Human Nature

Scientific American

Prof. Brian Ferguson (SASN)


First experiments at Europe's new X-ray laser reveal unknown structure of antibiotics killer

Assistant Professor of Physics Claudiu Stan, co-author


Extremely low genetic diversity in a circumpolar dragonfly species, Somatochlora sahlbergi (Insecta: Odonata: Anisoptera)

Dr. Jessica L. Ware, Associate Professor of Biology, and Manpreet Kohli, Ph.D. Biology candidate, authors


Teaching Community Organizing and the Practice of Democracy

Journal of Political Science Education

Jyl Josephson is a professor of Political Science and Women's and Gener Studies at Rutgers University-Newark


Understanding PTSD as a Memory Disorder: Cognitive and Neural Biomarkers of Overgeneralization and Impaired Reward Learning in Women Survivors of Sexual Violence

Dr. Mark A. Gluck
Center for Molecular & Behavioral Neuroscience

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