Did you know? Streptomyces griseus, a microorganism that played a role in treating tuberculosis, is New Jersey’s official state microbe. In 1943, researchers from Rutgers University used the microbe to create the antibiotic streptomycin.
New Jersey’s State Shell, the knobbed whelk, can be found along our beaches and bays. Its scientific name is Busycon carica gmelin. This large marine snail with a spiral shell is harvested and canned for food. It is also known by its Italian name, scungilli....
Senator Kip Bateman @KipBateman and Assemblyman Roy Freiman @AsmRoyFreiman discussing the legislative process with students from Stonybrook Elementary School. #bravobburg We hope you enjoyed your day in Trenton.
As our busy school season is winding down, read what teachers are saying about their State House experience. The State House Tour Office staff and volunteer tour guides wish to thank all the students, teachers, and chaperones for a memorable season.
Welcome to the members of the Center for American Woman and Politics New Leadership Program. @CAWP_RU NEW Leadership® is a national nonpartisan program to educate college women about politics and leadership and encourage them to become effective leaders in the political arena.