Science

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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On Jersey’s Gold Coast, aging infrastructure can no longer be ignored....
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The post-Sandy rebuilding is about to begin. How will the lessons learned change the face of our Shore? ...
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The state has long been an incubator for inventors and entrepreneurs. From Thomas Edison to the modern pharmaceutical industry, New Jersey has flexed its brain muscles. ...
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Service disruptions “minimal” as storm pounded coast....
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As urban farms crop up in inner cities around the state, fresh produce becomes available in unlikely places. ...
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The aquatic rodents get a warm welcome at this South Jersey refuge....
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A Morristown High School senior finds an innovative way to make the world smaller...and healthier. ...
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More kids each year are being diagnosed with food allergies—yet treatment and prevention remain elusive....
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To survive in the new cost-cutting health care landscape, large hospital systems gobble up smaller ones and independent facilities merge. Experts see benefits for consumers, but risks as well. ...
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Cynthia R. Green breaks new ground in the world of brain health, which involves more than just crossword puzzles. ...
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During their annual census, enthusiasts take a hike to keep tabs on their favorite insects. ...
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In a new book that plumbs the depths of the watery deep off the coast of the Garden State, author Herb Segars reveals a wondrous world below the surface. ...
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If it’s Monday morning, Pete Dunne is sharing his love for avian life with a lucky group of bird watchers....
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Where Ideas Were Born

March 12, 2012

A new book recounts the unique culture and history of Bell Labs, which ushered in an unprecedented era of technological advancement. ...
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The Muck Stops Here

February 13, 2012

After 30 years of talk and legal wrangling, a mountain of contaminated goo is about to be hauled up from the bottom of the Passaic River. ...
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Jersey’s Man of Science

November 14, 2011

As the lone physicist in the U.S. Congress, Rush Holt has become a voice for innovation and education. ...
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DNA & Me

October 10, 2011

A personalized genetic test at Camden’s Coriell Institute started with a tube of saliva and ended with some surprising results....
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