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Increasing evidence indicates that the physical and mechanical environment can regulate cell behavior and tumor progression at a cellular level. It is likewise clear that many patients benefit from physical manipulation of connective tissue, but it is not clear what happens at the cellular and molecular level when these manipulations occur. >>
New Jersey Health Foundation (NJHF) has awarded a $50,000 Innovation Grant to Tara Alvarez, Ph.D., to help create a 3-D virtual reality therapy game for children suffering with binocular vision dysfunction, announced James M. Golubieski, president.  >>
“You are an impressive learning group, which includes more than 1,100 first-year students of exceptional talent,” said NJIT President Joel. S. Bloom, while welcoming the newest batch... >>
Record AttendanceHighlanders—suited and booted with resumes and CVs in hand—turned out in record numbers Sept. 28 to network with employers at NJIT’s 2016 Fall Career Fair.With... >>
Rebecca George ventured on foot into downtown Newark for the first time last Friday, stopping briefly at a pop-up museum on Halsey St. before proceeding to Military Park with 39 other freshmen... >>
At a glittering, jam-packed celebration, more than 200 members of the Newark College of Engineering (NCE) community gathered for the 18th annual Salute to Engineering Excellence to pay tribute to... >>
Senior Mohammed Elassa is named NCE's Outstanding Biomedical EngineerSuccess in a Snapshot: Senior Mohammed Elassa* of Jersey City will be honored at the 2016 NCE Salute to Excellence as... >>
Julian Goldman, M.D., grabbed the attention of his audience at the inaugural NJIT President’s Forum with a startling statistic: despite impressive, technology-fueled advances in health care... >>
Booming urban populations, severe weather linked to climate volatility and years of disinvestment are putting acute stress on the country’s infrastructure, prompting planners to rethink the... >>
A joint team from Kessler Foundation and the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is developing new applications for wearable robotic exoskeleton devices with a $5 million federal grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research. >>