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Innovations at NJIT
November 15, 2016
From Next-Gen Communications Networks for Smart Cities to Novel Water Remediation Technologies: NJIT’s 2016 Research Centers and Laboratories ShowcaseNJIT’s second annual Research... read more!
Innovations at NJIT
September 12, 2016
There is no set path that ideas follow from insight to invention to innovation. They can simmer for years or strike like a bolt of lightning. For Matthew Reda ’19, inspiration fell from the... read more!
Alumni Profile
August 29, 2016
Although an ancient regional proverb says that “All roads lead to China,” the career path traveled by David Nagrosst ’12 has taken him to another country in Asia. As head of... read more!
Scene & Heard
February 23, 2016
Julian Goldman, M.D., grabbed the attention of his audience at the inaugural NJIT President’s Forum with a startling statistic: despite impressive, technology-fueled advances in health care... read more!
Scene & Heard
February 19, 2016
Booming urban populations, severe weather linked to climate volatility and years of disinvestment are putting acute stress on the country’s infrastructure, prompting planners to rethink the... read more!
Scene & Heard
February 5, 2016
Once again NJIT was host to a large group of students, faculty and alumni during the annual Global Game Jam.This year, more than 36,000 jammers across 93 countries produced almost 6,800 games,... read more!
Scene & Heard
December 14, 2015
Just beyond the automatic sliding doors of the Robert W. Van Houten Library, you’ll find shelves teeming with books, dissertations and literary journals, a front desk manned by friendly... read more!
Scene & Heard
October 26, 2015
Twenty-five Newark students graduated from a computer coding camp at NJIT -- one that taught them invaluable technical skills while also introducing them to college life.The university partnered... read more!
Faculty Profile
September 10, 2015
All of those Foursquare check-ins and location-stamped Facebook posts currently flooding your timeline could potentially save your life one day.Songhua Xu, an assistant professor in the... read more!