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Scene & Heard
October 20, 2015
Bruce Bukiet loves math. He likes to say that “a day without math is like a day without sunshine.” He likes to say “may the power of math be with you.”Bukiet, a math... read more!
Innovations at NJIT
August 20, 2015
Battle-inflicted head injuries are as old as war itself, evidenced by the copper helmets worn by Bronze Age soldiers to deflect blows from spears and axes. Over the ensuing millennia, as weapons... read more!
Student Profile
July 29, 2015
Eric Smith is interning this summer for the U.S. Navy. It’s a great internship and he’s getting great experience.He’s been a naval intern for just two months, yet he has already... read more!
Faculty Profile
June 25, 2015
There are few materials as nimble and responsive as smart gels, jelly-like polymers now under development as sensor-driven sealants and fluid valve controls in applications as varied as drug... read more!
Alumni Profile
June 18, 2015
Wilfried Baah is moving to London. He has a great job awaiting him there. He’ll work as a technical account manager for SPS Commerce, an international supply chain solutions company.Baah... read more!
Student Profile
May 26, 2015
With strategic innovations and nimble construction, NJIT placed sixth overall in the 2015 National Student Steel Bridge Competition this past weekend, earning Highlander civil engineers their... read more!
Student Profile
May 13, 2015
Success in a Snapshot: Folawiyo Campbell, a computer engineering major from Lagos, Nigeria, is this year’s Madame Mau Outstanding Female Engineering Student. She was singled out for the... read more!
Innovations at NJIT
March 25, 2015
A device to diagnose and monitor glaucoma, biological scaffolds that promote the regrowth of neural tissue, and equipment to sterilize medical equipment with UV light were some of the projects to... read more!
Scene & Heard
March 6, 2015
The inaugural lecture in an annual series dedicated to the late Marino Xanthos, the renowned NJIT polymers expert and revered mentor to a generation of graduate and undergraduate students, will... read more!