Dorothy and George Hennings College of Science, Mathematics and Technology
Kean alumnus Dr. Youssef A. Kousa ’05, ’07 M.S. and his collaborators made a breakthrough discovery, identifying three genes that could be responsible for two previously unrelated types of congenital disorders — cleft lip and palate, and neural tube defects like spina bifida.
Three Kean computer science students are studying the brains of high schoolers to determine the best way to teach cybersecurity awareness. They are using Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology to record the brain activity of the students as they answer confidential questions on internet use and security.