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Category: Science and Technology

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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

Klaus Schnitzer, Marc Favata and Barbara Stephens-Rich

Object Lessons

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

Meiyin Wu working on equipment in a lab.

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

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USDA Awards Professor $750K Grant for Wastewater Research

Yang Deng will lead four-year study on developing sustainable water reuse systems through USDA funding

(L to R) Josue Colon and Vishal Naik

Cyber Hawks Take Flight

For the Esports Association, the pandemic’s silver lining has been a surge in popularity of the online video gaming club

Study Shows Freshwater Lakes Increasingly Polluted by Salt

Montclair professor, an original contributing designer of the global study, explains how government guidelines are failing to protect freshwater lakes

Robotics club members Laury Rodríguez, Jesse Parron, Omar Obidat, and Jean-Jacques N’dri with their advisor, Weitian Wang

A New Club Goes High Tech

Robotics innovates the ways students can get involved on campus

Collage of photos of Andreia Resende ’22, left, Alex Diaz ’12 MEd, Teaching and Learning Professor Douglas Larkin and Biology Professor Sandra Adams

A New Science Teacher Comes Full Circle

Finding support with mentors who believed in her, a graduate of the Noyce Science Teacher Program now inspires her students to believe in themselves

How Student Researchers Can Change the World

Student scientists’ experiences at Montclair State shape their goals for the future