Science

Products like cork and coconut shell fiber are not only trendy design products, they're also environmentally friendly. ...
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Quickie novelist Dan Hurley finds there’s no fast track to brain power....
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New Jersey is home to plenty of strange yet satisfying edible weeds. Check out our illustrated guide and happy hunting!...
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NJ’s sewage systems are old and overburdened. Are we doing enough to protect our waters—and our health?...
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Under its dynamic new director, Liberty Science Center goes for the gusto to engage body and mind....
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A young entrepreneur brings his “blue thumb” to the revival of the Jersey oyster, a sustainable crop that cleans the water and, yes, tastes great. ...
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New Jersey Monthly sat down with West Orange native Astronaut Scott Kelly, who will hold the record for longest space flight by an American....
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Vaccines For Life

October 21, 2013

Modern medicine provides inoculations against disease for each stage of life. Here’s what you need to know about the shots that can help keep your family healthy. ...
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The Rutgers Food Innovation Center in Cumberland County helps home cooks and companies turn bright ideas into tasty products on websites and store shelves....
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Pop idol Lady Gaga did it and dropped 10 pounds for her last tour. Tennis star Novak Djokovic did it,… Read the rest

Moth Week Takes Wing

June 19, 2013

Jul 20-28: The Garden State has more than 3,000 species of moths, and they will be in the spotlight during National Moth Week. ...
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Barnegat Bay was once a vast food factory brimming with marine life. But development has degraded the bay’s ecosystem, affecting everything from the shellfish industry to tourism. Is the state doing enough to turn the tide on this man-made crisis? ...
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New technology proposed to fend off future floods. ...
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Hurricane Sandy is just the latest calamity to strike the tough old towns along the Raritan Bay. From Keyport to Keansburg to Highlands, here’s how they’re bouncing back....
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Okay, they're PhD candidates, but these experts in materials science (polymers, nanotubes…) sought kitchen wisdom from chef Scott Anderson of Elements. ...
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Ospreys are enjoying a return engagement at the Meadowlands....
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Climatologist David Robinson indulges his fascination with weather by collecting swaths of data and analyzing critical weather events. ...
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Care to pick a peck of Peppadews? New Jersey is the place....
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A new book exposes the chemical contamination and subsequent discovery of a cancer cluster in Toms River. ...
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What Makes A Beer Expert?

February 19, 2013

Were you aware that a certified beer expert is known as a Cicerone? We explain how a person becomes one, and how this level of expertise impacts the hospitality and beverage industries. ...
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