Science

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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Cape May’s Birdman

May 7, 2012

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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Kids’ gastrointestinal problems can be tough to diagnose. That’s where pediatric specialists step in....
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Medicinal marijuana is now legal in New Jersey, but many of the state’s doctors remain perplexed about how to prescribe the drug. Will Jersey’s strict regulations limit the impact of pot for those patients who need it most? ...
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Researchers are piecing together the intricate puzzle behind a devastating disease that afflicts more than 5 million Americans. Theories abound, but treatment remains elusive. ...
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