June 13, 2014
The ability to perceive the world in three dimensions and to see clearly at near and far ranges is coordinated by key eye motor functions, including a mechanism called convergence and... read more!
March 14, 2014
The South Pole as Laboratory: NJIT is Plumbing the Mysteries of Space Weather at the Ends of the Earth
For scientists seeking to plumb the mysteries of space weather, there is no better laboratory on Earth than Antarctica, where Earth’s magnetic field lines funnel solar radiation into the... read more!
August 22, 2013
An expert in minimally intrusive techniques for dealing with contamination, and a notable voice in the investigation of extraction of energy, Michel Boufadel, professor of civil and environmental... read more!
May 28, 2013
For the past eight years, the Steel Bridge Team has won the regional bridge building contest. And by winning last month’s regional, the team earned a spot in the National Steel Bridge... read more!
March 7, 2013
When computer scientist Yi Chen joined the NJIT faculty in January as associate professor of management, she brought with her a research program that focuses on big data analytics; information... read more!