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Category: Science and Technology

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Discoveries in Japan

Students conduct research with renowned Japanese labs under the guidance of two Montclair professors

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Physics Professor Awarded $436,000 Grant for Neutron Research

Work could shed light on fundamental problems in physics

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Mapping a Greener Future

Green Teams deliver for PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies and organizations in New Jersey

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PSEG Foundation Supports STEM Education and Drives Diversity

Investment in University programs broadens access to sustainability, STEM and clean energy education

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Grants Provide More Than $1.2 Million for Computer Science Education

Montclair research team is creating educational programs for northern New Jersey schools

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Reaching New Heights

Student researchers study geologic wonders of the American West to help them protect earth’s resources

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Jellyfish Safety and More Beach Season Tips

Biology Professor Paul Bologna shares advice on jellyfish stings, sharks and more for the summer season

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Object Lessons

Science, art and philanthropy on display in Richardson Hall teach lessons of collaboration and generosity

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Harmful Algal Blooms May Impact Your Water

HABs in our lakes and drinking water reservoirs are a danger to humans, pets and wildlife, says aquatic ecologist Meiyin Wu

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Doctoral Student Joins Ocean Expedition to Investigate Climate Change

Victoria Hojnacki is one of 52 scientists selected for International Ocean Discovery Program expedition

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Earth Day 2022: NJ’s Biggest Green Challenges

Faculty experts weigh in on the environmental issues in the state that need attention and action

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Fighting for Healthy Food for Kids

How one recent graduate is playing a key role in child nutrition policy in the United States