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Rutgers is a vital research partner for business and industry. Our faculty members—many of whom are global leaders in their fields—and research staff can assist you in collaborations built around your specific goals.
Our Corporate Engagement Team is composed of experienced professionals who know Rutgers' research capabilities, projects and people. They also know how business and industry people prefer to work with universities.
Faculty and research staffs pursue research in a diverse range of fields such as those listed below. For more information on partnering, consult the Corporate Engagement Team.
Rutgers Translational Sciences: Led by a team of scientists with extensive pharmaceutical industry experience, OTS builds the interface between Rutgers and the private sector, with a focus on drug discovery.
Search Rutgers for specific scientific expertise using the Scholar Universe search box below.
Our faculty and students continually discover innovations in fields such as agriculture, computing, energy, engineering, materials science, life sciences and pharmacology. Rutgers licenses technologies to commercialization partners, thereby to disseminating innovations for society’s use and benefit.
Success metrics: Among the 92 universities reporting to the Association of University Technology Managers, Rutgers’ $17 million in licensing revenue would rank #21. In the Big Ten, Rutgers would rank #5 out of 14 for licensing revenue.
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Rutgers has a wide variety of sophisticated training for professionals. Whether you're seeking development for yourself or your employees, many opportunities and services are available. Rutgers will work with your organization to customize programs to suit your needs.
Rutgers' Master of Business and Science is an innovative program that offers a high-value graduate degree.
Rutgers' Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services provides a wide range assistance with education and career development for veterans.
Rutgers' Office of Promotion of Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics has conducted a popular Leadership and Professional Development Program since 2008.
Rutgers iTV Studio produces award-wining videos, including instructional videos for business clients.
With a challenging curriculum, world-class faculty and a highly motivated student body, Rutgers produces a wealth of talented graduates every year. Our extensive alumni network in New Jersey, the region and beyond is a great resource for employers. Here are key links for recruiting interns and permanent employees.
Finding students at Rutgers-New Brunswick with specific interests is easier by using the “Find an Organization” search tool, here.
A $10 million anonymous pledge to Rutgers will help advance the treatment of patients with rare and virulent cancers that don’t respond to standard therapies.
The university’s corporate engagement initiative was the main topic of an interview Dr. Molloy did for “One on One,” which runs on PBS affiliates WNET and NJTV.
In support of its mission to “reinvigorate iconic brands,” Pinnacle Foods Inc. has opened a research and development pilot plant at Rutgers University.
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