Janice McDonnell Featured on NJTV News: Science & Technology

Janice McDonnell and the ENIGMA (Evolution of Nanomachines in Geospheres and Microbial Ancestors) project led by Rutgers scientists, launched another interactive K-8 Family Science Night entitled “Exploring Life on Other Planets”, at the McKinley School in downtown New Brunswick, NJ. The Family Science Night event centered on a relatable curriculum...

Shore Bowl 2019

The Shore Bowl is one of the 25 regional competitions of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.  Local high school teams (grades 9-12) compete head-to-head on rapid memory recall and critical thought questions.   Questions focus on the ocean sciences (biology, physics, geology and geography), as well as other ocean-related subjects...

Catching Clownfish

Diving is well underway here in the Philippines - members of the Pinsky lab are back for another season studying metapopulation dynamics of reef fish, focusing on the yellowtail clownfish (Amphiprion clarkii). We tag and fin-clip fish for genetic and mark-recapture studies. We've started with the northern sites in our...

Rutgers University Marine Field Station Outreach 2017

Recently, the Rutgers University Marine Field Station (RUMFS) in Tuckerton, NJ has connected with the public giving them hands-on experience with research, the opportunity to interact with scientists, and teaching them about the estuarine environment.A continuing education course sponsored through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Rutgers drew participants...

Project Converge

Science Research Context: Scientists from 5 institutions – Rutgers University, University of Delaware, Oregon State University, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Polar Oceans Research Group – collaborated on a multidisciplinary project between 2013-2016. The team used a field study to investigate the impact of local physical processes on Adélie penguin foraging...