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News and Announcements

Category: In The Media

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If You Spend Any Time Outdoors, You’ll Probably Want A Tick Remover On Hand

Dr. Matthew Aardema provided his insights regarding ticks and precautions people can take to protect themselves


The 6 stinging jellyfish you’ll want to avoid at the Jersey Shore

Dr. Paul Bologna, Professor, Biology, spoke with Asbury Park Press about the various jellies in our area

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Get the Facts Out Features Assistant Dean Weir in Newsletter

In their Voices from the Field section Dean Weir outlined how she uses GFO resources to encourage STEM teaching to incoming freshman

Paul Bologna research team on their boat featured on NBC10

Larger numbers of invasive clinging jellyfish turn up in Jersey Shore back bays

Small in size but with a painful sting so potent it could require a trip to the hospital, these jellyfish have turned up mostly in back bays from Monmouth County all the way to Cape May

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Be A Weed Eater: Seaweed is a Sustainable Food that Offers a Boatload of Nutrition

Dr. Colette Feehan, Associate Professor of Biology, provides insight to seaweed as a food source

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How scientists are making the most of Reddit

Although she previously used X, PhD candidate Kelly Zimmerman thinks that Reddit provides a more engaging experience

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How I got started: Attack surface management

BS in IT alum Sara Lipala ’18 discusses her path in the cybersecurity field

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Professor Featured in Ancient Earth Series

Dr. Ying Cui was one of the scientists featured in the fourth episode, “Inferno”

Replicate Biosciences employee and alum Jacqueline Lim Posy

Replicate Bioscience Initiates a Phase 1 Trial of its Next-Generation srRNA Vaccine

Jacqueline Lim Posy, Molecular Biology BS ’06 MS ’08, was part of the research team that developed the novel vaccine technology going into trials

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Montclair High School Students Jump Into Summer Science Projects

The Weston Science Scholars program gives Montclair teens a chance to work on some interesting scientific research

A tagged kestrel in Harmony Township, N.J., held by John Smallwood, biology professor

The Mystery of the Vanishing Kestrels: What’s Happening to This Flashy Falcon?

The number of American kestrels has dropped sharply. That goes against the trend for birds of prey, broadly seen as a conservation bright spot

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Clinging Jellyfish Make Their Return to the Jersey Shore

Dr. Paul Bologna, Professor of Biology, has spoken with multiple news sources to inform and prepare people of the species’ return to NJ shores