An NJIT Engineer Proposes a New Model for the Way Humans Localize Sounds
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
One of the enduring puzzles of hearing loss is the decline in a person’s ability to determine where a sound originates, a key survival faculty that allows animals – from lizards to humans – to pinpoint the location of danger, prey and group...
Dealing a Therapeutic Counterblow to Traumatic Brain Injury
Thursday, September 26, 2019
A blow to the head or powerful shock wave on the battlefield can cause immediate, significant damage to a person’s skull and the tissue beneath it. But the trauma does not stop there.
Already Distinguished, Twin Sisters Are Ready for Further Success at NJIT
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
One is studying computer science at NJIT, the other biomedical engineering, but they both join the...
The Hearst Foundations Promote Diversity in NJIT's Undergraduate Research Community
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
A five-woman team of undergraduate engineering students is tackling a problem experienced by a diverse and growing population: balance instability.
Pre-College 40th Anniversary Alumni Profile: Stephanie Iring Is Pursuing Biomedical Research
Monday, August 12, 2019
Stephanie Iring grew up in a working-class community in New Jersey, where, she says, social status and educational inequality were closely related and opportunities for success were limited.
Creating an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: NJIT Invests in Faculty and Student Startups
Thursday, August 1, 2019
Last year, a vision therapy device invented at NJIT with potential as a biomarker for concussion was recognized as “most innovative breakthrough” at the Augmented World Expo Europe.
An NJIT-based Vision Therapy Startup Secures Major Backing from NJ Health Foundation's Venture Arm
Monday, July 29, 2019
A campus-based health care startup with a device that employs virtual reality gaming to correct a vision dysfunction – technology designed and developed by a professor and a team of students, now alumni, in a biomedical engineering lab at New...
Unprecedented Success for NJIT Students in National Scholarship and Fellowship Competitions
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Whether they’ll be soaking up cultures abroad in the coming year or advancing research in science, health care and other fields, all of the NJIT students receiving prominent and highly competitive scholarships and fellowships in 2019 are, in a...
Five NJIT Entrepreneurs are "Innovators to Watch"
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
The young CEO of a new healthcare company, two undergraduate students building tech-driven start-ups, a professor of entrepreneurship and NJIT VentureLink’s director of commercialization were all named “...
NJIT Technology and Society Forum Presents: Is Technology the Cure for Health Care Inequities?
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
The life expectancy for those living in Chad is less than 50 years. In Swaziland, 26% of the population is HIV positive. These statistics are just some indicators of a much larger global health crisis.