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Paths to Biotech Funding

There are many ways to fund a biotech company, and each one of them has its ups and downs. Which one is right for your company?Three leaders in the...

To the Editor: Change Still Possible on Climate Issue

I was delighted to read Richard K. Rein’s timely piece in the April 5 issue on C-Change Conversations’ presentation at Princeton Marching Forward. Rein’s proposal that those concerned with...

Scientists Confront War on Knowledge

Politicians love a good war. In the past, presidents have declared war on poverty, war on cancer, and war on drugs. And by the estimation of Princeton University neuroscience...

The Joy of Turkish Cooking, Traveling, and Writing

Joy Stocke’s Stockton, New Jersey, kitchen is as redolent as the Turkish countryside in spring. In fact the cumin, sumac, garlic, lemon, Aleppo pepper, and mint blend together and...

Opportunities

Support GroupJewish Family & Children’s Service offers a bereavement group for any Jewish adult who has lost a spouse or partner in the past 18 months. The group meets...

A Survivor’s Tale Proves There’s No Comparison

Victor Ripp, an author and retired professor of comparative literature now living in Prince­ton, has a new book just published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, “Hell’s Traces — One...

On the Move

#b#New Fund#/b#New Jersey Economic Development Authority, 36 West State Street, Box 990, Trenton 08625. 609-858-6700. Melissa Orsen, CEO. www.njeda.com. The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has created the $3...

Learning from the April Fools of PR

The first week in April was a great one for observing companies suffer from foolish public relations disasters. Unless you work for Pepsi, United Airlines, or Wells Fargo, however,...

Opportunities

Dine Out for a CauseThe Parkinson Alliance’s annual Princeton Dines Out for Parkinson’s Disease Research will begin on Saturday, April 22, and run through Friday, April 28. Participating restaurants...

On the Move

#b#Obamacare Pays Off for NJ Hospitals#/b#The debate over Obamacare often focuses on how patients pay for medical care, but the 2010 law also included a series of reforms meant...