Rowan University engineering profs and students will use virtual reality to solve flooding problems in Vineland and Camden, a NJ.com post said. The college received a $424,000 grant from the US Economic Development Administration for a flood research project which will use the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment, housed in the South Jersey Technology Park in Mantua Township.
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