Science Market Update

New Science Building at Rutgers Opening Soon!

Posted by Rebecca Inch-Partridge on Fri, Mar 16, 2018

Rutgers Chemistry and Chemical Biology (CCB) Department is getting a new home. A newly built state-of-the-art science building on the Busch Campus will serve the students and faculty, as well as the staff of the CCB Department. The $115 million, 130,000-square-foot research and teaching facility features open flexible labs and state-of-the-art core facilities. It also includes modern teaching, conferencing, and communal spaces that maximize collaborative interactions.

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New Clinical Research Center Opens at Rutgers

Posted by Rebecca Inch-Partridge on Mon, Nov 20, 2017

The University of Rutgers recently opened the Adult Clinical Research Center on its New Brunswick campus. The Adult Clinical Research Center (CRC) is part of the Robert Wood Johnson University school of Medicine. The center outgrew its previous location on the third floor of the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and now occupies the 8th floor of the new East Tower medical building adjacent to the Hospital. This 11,646 square foot facility will make it possible for the CRC to double the number of studies they conduct over the next three years. Currently, there are 36 active and 20 pending clinical trials.

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Increased Alzheimer's Research Funding Pays Off at Rutgers  

Posted by Rebecca Partridge on Thu, Apr 20, 2017

For the 2016 fiscal year budget, and Congress increased government funding on research for Alzheimer's by $350 million. That was a 50% increase over the previous year. The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that the National Institutes of Health would need $2 billion a year to maximize the chances of curing or preventing the disease by 2025. This year’s increase puts the NIH on track to reach that goal. Alzheimer's Disease is the most common form of dementia and this increased science research funding it is already beginning to pay off.

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Washington University Research Grant for $2M to Study Heart Failure

Posted by Katheryn Rein on Fri, Aug 03, 2012

Washington University in St Louis (WUSTL) has just received a $2M research grant that will go towards combating a disorder which afflicts, often fatally, nearly 5.8 million Americans each year: heart failure. Heart failure is one of the leading causes of death in the US and although many promising drugs have been introduced over the years, we have yet to find a definitive treatment for the variety of cases that doctors encounter. This $2M NIH award wil go to a team of WUSTL scientists for basic research that will contribute to our understanding of heart disease and ideally lead to more effective treatment. The end goal of this research project is the design and construction of artificial tissue models of the heart, which will allow scientists to more quickly and efficiently test new drugs. 

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2 New Science Buildings and 3rd NYC Campus Coming to Columbia University

Posted by Jaimee Saliba on Tue, Jul 17, 2012

University expansion is never uncomplicated, especially in an urban environment where density is high, real estate is ultra-expensive, and development is intensely regulated. Yet new buildings do go up in places like New York City if you have the drive, wealth, and reputation of an institution like Columbia University, which is currently constructing not only new buildings but an entirely new campus to expand its academic and research programs. In addition to the original Morningside Heights location and the Medical School campus in Washington Heights, Columbia has purchased and is building a new campus in the "Manhattanville" neighborhood, stretching from 125th Street to 133rd Street in West Harlem.

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Biomedical Science Researchers at UCR Find Alzheimer's Breakthrough

Posted by Katheryn Rein on Wed, Jul 11, 2012

Biomedical science researchers have worked tirelessly at the University of California, Riverside since the discovery of a crucial link involving mice, humans, and Alzheimer's disease. Back in 2006, UCR researchers, in a collaborative effort with the University of South Florida, discovered an interesting connection between the immune system and Alzheimer's disease while experimenting on lab mice. Professor Douglas Ethell, the assistant professor of Biomedical Sciences at UCR, along with the USF's own Professor Gary Arendash of the Johnnie B. Byrd Institute, was instrumental in this find. 

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Groundbreaking University Biomedical Research Identifies Superior MRI Agent

Posted by Jaimee Saliba on Tue, Jul 03, 2012

The first construction of an image by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMRI) by Dr. Paul Lauterbur took place at the University at Stony Brook thirty years ago, and the Stony Brook Chemistry professor went on to win the 2003 Nobel Prize for his work. So it's fitting that another breakthrough in MRI technology is also taking place at the Long Island research university, this time by biomedical engineer Balaji Sitharaman, right, and his team, who have developed a potentially safer and more cost effective MRI contrast agent for improved disease diagnosis and detection. The agent is graphene-based rather than gadolinium-based, and the success of the advanced agent is documented in a recent PLoS ONE article.

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UC Davis Cancer Center Gets "Comprehensive" Award for Cancer Research

Posted by BCI Staff on Fri, Mar 23, 2012

The UC Davis Cancer Center was recently recognized as a "comprehensive" center by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). This is the most prestigious honor that a cancer center can receive and designates the renamed, UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center as one of the top cancer research institutions in the country.

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New Science Building and Expansions in the Works at Texas A&M

Posted by Jennifer Nieuwkerk on Fri, Feb 17, 2012

A new science building and facility expansion are in the works at Texas A&M.  On February 9th, the University System Board of Regents approved a $120 million building and facility expansion for the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in College Station, Texas. The new building will house high-tech laboratories and classrooms that are expected to facilitate learning by offering a superior science research atmosphere.

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UCLA Neuroscience Research Isolates Compound to Cure Drunkenness

Posted by Jaimee Saliba on Thu, Jan 19, 2012

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