Rutgers Research in Action

Amarel owners in the news, changing the world with their research

Math chair aids in breakthrough research

Work by Ukrainian mathematician Maryna Viazovska, second woman to win a Fields Medal, spotlights contributions by Rutgers professor, Stephen Miller, to the multidimensional world of sphere packing. Amarel earns recognition too. 

Advancing artificial intelligence in biological research

Grace Brannigan, director of the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Rutgers–Camden, was awarded a $2M National Science Foundation grant to develop Codes4Life (C4L), an innovative program that uses software engineering and artificial intelligence to promote collaboration among scientists.

User Guides for OARC Clusters

Learn how to use the OARC research clusters including Amarel and Caliburn.

OARC Infographic

Check out our infographic for a quick and easy guide to learning about OARC and our resources.


Read about OARC in the news and department announcements.


Check our history of communications we periodically send out to our community.

Certificate program for Rutgers Health students

Designed for students who are already professionally engaged in health care or public health and want to improve their technical skills, the certificate in Clinical Informatics and Data Science will be granted upon the completion of a digital three badge sequence in the process and methods of machine learning as used in clinical research and reporting. This program is offered by the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science at no cost to students.