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Hoboken, NJ - Biomaterials have increasingly become an integral part of clinical and surgical practice in orthopedics, dentistry, cardiology and soft tissue applications, among others. These technologies include artificial joints, bone grafts, heart valves, dental fillings, and reconstructive tissue.
New Brunswick, NJ - With help from a cooperative agreement for up to $7.2 million from the U.S. military, researcher Daniel Kadouri of Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is at the forefront of the race to fight drug-resistant bacteria.
New Brunswick, NJ - Rutgers University announced that a team of university scientists had isolated a strain of bacteria that “breathes” uranium, which may make it invaluable in decontaminating groundwater at sites like uranium mills where radioactive material was processed for nuclear weapons.
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