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Category: Science and Technology

A Greener Way to Recycle Batteries

Faculty/student research team discovers safer process using organic solvent

Photo of the MCROS team (left to right): Michelle Zhu (Co-Principal Investigator), Amy Tuininga (Co-PI) and Weitian Wang (Principal Investigator).

Red Hawk Robot

National Science Foundation grant helps build robot system connecting research throughout campus

A Path to a Greener Future

Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center holds annual Energy Summit

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New Research Uncovers Cause of Earth’s Largest Mass Extinction

Findings show rapidly rising carbon dioxide levels were behind the end-Permian event

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PSEG and Montclair State Partnership Accelerates Sustainability Solutions

Partnership helps move New Jersey toward its ambitious energy goals

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Impatient for Change

Green Teams bring sense of urgency to final presentations aimed at addressing climate change

view over elementary school student's shoulder as they use manipulatives in math class

New Jersey STEM Innovation Fellowship Expands to Science with Funding from State

Program awards 30 new fellowships as part of second cohort

Geology students consult map on hillside

When the Wild West is the College Lab

Earth and Environmental Science majors study in the natural geologic laboratory of the Rockies

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Making Discoveries With Weston Scholars

Now in its 22nd year, the hands-on science program for high school students keeps breaking new ground

Professor and student in speech lab inspecting an audio waveform on a computer monitor

Professor Awarded $435K NIH Grant

Elaine Hitchcock receives National Institutes of Health grant for researching telepractice delivery of speech therapy

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University Awarded $1.4M to Address Impacts of COVID-19

State grants will increase student engagement and support academic progress

Jesse Kolodin setting up a hexacopter for launch

Environmental Scientist Wins Fellowship at Eagleton Institute of Politics

Research studies connections between beach protection and Jersey Shore economy