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Natasha Bilkey, PhD student, discusses impact of bringing science beyond the bench with BALSA

CEMB PhD student, Natasha Bilkey (WashU), was recently featured by her university for her work with the Biotechnology and Life Science Advising Group (BALSA). She talks about the important role BALSA plays to support the ...

October 21, 2022|

$1.25 Million ADVANCE grant awarded to Treena Arinzeh to to Ensure Women Scholars Flourish as Inventors

CEMB's Treena Arinzeh has led an NJIT-team to win a $1.25 Million NSF ADVANCE grant to promote equity in commercialization activities. The team has set out to identify and eliminate barriers on university campuses to ...

November 17, 2021|

First artificial scaffolds for studying plant cell growth

CEMB researchers have developed the first artificial scaffold to study plant cell growth. The scaffolds, made of polyvinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene copolymers, mimic the properties and structure of the plant’s cell wall and make it possible ...

October 21, 2021|
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