Monthly Archives: September 2018
The following stories were originally published in the September 19, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
One notable aspect of Hu-Manity is that it manages all the user data via a blockchain, which is a concept that traces its roots back to the early Obama years.
The selling of medical records is big business. One startup, Hu-Manity.co, aims to change that by giving patients a way to control who sees their data — and to take a big cut of the sales if they choose to share it with researchers.
The provider of billing services will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new 90,000-square-foot corporate headquarters on Monday, September 24.
A startup company is betting that drivers will be willing to subscribe to a car as if it were Netflix.
David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates has been selected as design architect, in collaboration with Cooper Robertson as executive architect, for the new Princeton University Art Museum.
In a recent filing with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Beijing Kaiwen Dexin Education Technology Co., Ltd. was required to provide supplemental information about its purchase of Westminster Choir College.
The school will still be called Westminster Choir College and it won’t move from the leafy campus in Princeton, home since 1934.
American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “There are no second acts in American lives,” but Hamilton resident Howard Michaels is proving otherwise.
The first thing to arrest your eye as you enter the Zimmerli exhibit, “Self-Confessed! The Inappropriately Intimate Comics of Alison Bechdel,” on view through December 30, is the ginormous board game for “A Story About Life.”