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Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics Launches First Public Database of Scientists in State Politics

Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics Launches First Public Database of Scientists in State Politics

National inventory of scientists, engineers and health care professionals in U.S. state legislatures The Science and Politics Initiative at Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute of Politics has launched the first publicly accessible national database of elected state legislators with scientific, ...
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Water and Industry: Rutgers Student Screening and Discussion of “Brave Blue World”

Water and Industry: Rutgers Student Screening and Discussion of “Brave Blue World”

By Carol Peters During the April 13 online event, a panel of Rutgers undergraduate students from different academic backgrounds will discuss their visions for solutions to issues surrounding global water and sanitation. “What can we do to help solve the global water crisis in both our personal and ...
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Corals Carefully Organize Proteins to Form Rock-Hard Skeletons

Corals Carefully Organize Proteins to Form Rock-Hard Skeletons

Scientists’ findings suggest corals will withstand climate change Charles Darwin, the British naturalist who championed the theory of evolution, noted that corals form far-reaching structures, largely made of limestone, that surround tropical islands. He didn’t know how they performed this feat. ...
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