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October 21, 2016
Murat Guvendiren, an assistant professor in the Otto H. York Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering, will give a keynote speech entitled “Designing Biomaterial... read more!
October 20, 2016
The City’s Universities, Corporations and Non-profits are First to Test its Next-Gen Diagnostics4.0 Analytics, a research and development company in NJIT’s Enterprise Development... read more!
October 18, 2016
Yasmine El Garhi will soon be assuming her dream job. The NJIT senior, who will graduate this December with a dual degree in Human Computer Interaction and Business, already has landed a position... read more!
October 17, 2016
Rajesh Davé, distinguished professor of chemical, biological and pharmaceutical engineering, and two of his former graduate students, Maxx Capece and Daniel To, have been tapped to receive... read more!
October 11, 2016
Solar physicists have long viewed the rotation of sunspots as a primary generator of solar flares – the sudden, powerful blasts of electromagnetic radiation and charged particles that burst... read more!
October 10, 2016
Like many young people his age, Naseed Gifted ’01 was infatuated with comic books; however, they rarely portrayed heroes that resembled him. His desire to infuse more diversity in the world... read more!
October 7, 2016
Rajesh Davé, a distinguished professor of chemical, biological and pharmaceutical engineering best known for re-engineering tiny drug particles to make medications more effective, received... read more!
October 7, 2016
The interior design program at the School of Art + Design—which joined the New Jersey School of Architecture to form the College of Architecture and Design at NJIT in 2008—has... read more!
October 5, 2016
Studying the physical features of long-extinct creatures continues to yield surprising new knowledge of how evolution fosters traits desirable for survival in diverse environments. Placodonts are... read more!
October 5, 2016
Viacheslav Sadykov, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Physics, has come a long way to pursue research with the potential to advance our understanding of solar flares — immensely... read more!