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Bridge decks are the most critical element of the highway infrastructure for maintaining it in the state of good repair. Steel orthotropic bridge decks (SOBD) have the potential for improving durability and extending service life of highway bridges. Steel orthotropic bridge decks are a stiffened steel plate deck system that is integral with the primary floor framing of the bridge superstructure. The deck plate for SOBD are stiffened by elements having open or close sections. Accordingly, the orthotropic (...)


LSAMP SPRE
Engn - Civil & Environmental Engineering
Civil & Environmental Engineering


This project is based on a practical need of Rutgers students of German (both first-year and continuing students) to have additional learning tools for improving different language skills in a strucured, but engaging way. While there exists a plethora of offline and online-based commercial and free tools for German language learning, there are several issues that limit their applicability in the typical educational setting at Rutgers. These issues are: idiosyncratic nature of many of these (...)


Aresty Research Assistant
SAS - Germanic, Russian & E. European Lang & (...)
Education , Germanics, Humanities, Language , Media (...)


Polyphenol compounds found in fruits, vegetables, spices, red wine, and chocolate have been linked to several health benefits, including decreased risk of cardiometabolic disease. Identifying the mechanisms behind these benefits has proven challenging because dietary polyphenols are not readily absorbed by the human gut into the bloodstream. This raises the question – how do polyphenols benefit our health? Our laboratory seeks to understand how dietary polyphenols promote health by conducting preclinical (...)


Aresty Summer Science
SEBS - Food Science
Nutritional Science, Food and Health


Polyphenol compounds found in fruits, vegetables, spices, red wine, and chocolate have been linked to several health benefits, including decreased risk of cardiometabolic disease. Identifying the mechanisms behind these benefits has proven challenging because dietary polyphenols are not readily absorbed by the human gut into the bloodstream. This raises the question – how do polyphenols benefit our health? Our laboratory seeks to understand how dietary polyphenols promote health by conducting preclinical (...)


LSAMP SPRE
SEBS - Food Science
Nutritional Science, Food and Health


Excessive consumption of sugary beverages is a known contributor to obesity and diabetes. Sugars are highly rewarding and activate reward centers of the brain. Sweet taste signaling is traditionally thought to be translated to the brain via activation of the T1R2/T1R3 taste receptors and subsequent cranial nerve activation. Oral taste tissue, however, may also recognize glucose via metabolic signaling as glucose is transformed into ATP, which can then activate cranial nerves via KATP channels in (...)


Aresty Research Assistant
SEBS - Nutritional Sciences
Psychology, Neuroscience, Food Science , Nutritional (...)

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