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Kathy Easton Teaches How to Help Environment by Catering to Native Species
NBFPL
New Brunswick Free Public Library Charlie Kratovil

4-H Program Creates Ambassadors Who Give Back to Their Communities
4-H Program
Students learn about science, technology, engineering, and math in this summer's Rutgers 4-H science program. Chad Ripberger

US Senator Bob Menendez Visited New Brunswick to Highlight Impact on NIH
Senator Bob Menende
Senator Menendez and Dr. Steven Libutti speak about the impact of cuts to biomedical research funding. Bob Menendez

RWJBarnabas Health Systems, NJ's Largest Hospital Chain, Eyeing Merger With JFK
JFK Medical Center
JFK Medical Center JFK Medical Center

Schommer Observatory Welcomes Community to Public Viewing of Stars and Planets
Big Telescope
20-inch Optical Telescope Megan Golish

Edison Memorial Tower Celebrates Life and Inventions of Thomas Alva Edison
Edison logo
Since 1954, the Township to the north of New Brunswick has been named for its most famous resident, Thomas Edison. Charlie Kratovil

Study Leads to New Data on Black Sea Bass, Helps the Recreational Fishing Industry
Sea Bass
Black sea bass have been found to change gender in the wild. Rutgers Today

Highland Park Resident Peter Strom Appointed to New Jersey Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board
Peter Strom
Peter Strom researchgate.com

Regulations Only Affect Wells on Public Land, No Impact on Wells in Delaware River Basin
Fracking Well
A fracking well in North Dakota US Geological Survey

Center For Disease Control and Prevention Funding Research Into Dramatic Rise in Number of Autism Diagnoses
NJ Autism Study
NJ Autism Study Rutgers New Jersey Medical School