December 17, 2008
Professor Gordon Thomas makes physics fun. In his classes, students learn the principles of physics by doing demonstrations. In one demo, his students design a model of the human eye,... read more!
September 3, 2008
Paul Dupiano has an unbridled passion for learning. Unlike most of today’s college students, he’s not a careerist – one who sees an undergraduate degree as an avenue to a... read more!
Scene & Heard
June 19, 2008
Two students at NJIT – brothers majoring in electrical engineering– have been recognized nationally for their research. Mohammad Naqvi won a Goldwater Scholarship last year for... read more!
May 16, 2008
Daniel Lepek, a chemical engineering major whose research involving pharmaceutical powders could help develop a new class of nano-drugs, was recently named the Newark College of... read more!
April 16, 2008
Sometimes a bit of luck – a stroke of happenstance – helps a student find a subject he loves. It worked that way for Chris Sakowski.During his first year in high school, Chris... read more!
Innovations at NJIT
March 6, 2008
Imagine if homeowners could print out plastic sheets of solar cells on inexpensive printers. Imagine further that the solar sheets could be plastered over the roofs of houses and generate... read more!
January 22, 2008
The Department of Biomedical Engineering is quickly becoming one of the best young departments in the nation. Over the past five years, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has given coveted... read more!
Scene & Heard
July 5, 2007
A team of NJIT researchers is testing electronic voting machines.Specifically, the researchers are testing new printing systems that, according to state law, must be installed in voting machines... read more!