If French biotech company Erytech is right about the properties of its Erycaps technology, it could lead to a cure for many types of cancer. And the medicine will be made first in an unassuming office off Alexander Road.
A fire drill tested the ability of Melissa Migut’s employer to help her evacuate from a fifth-floor office despite her disability. A court ruled that the employer failed & awarded Migut $1.7 million.
Merodie Hancock is the fourth president in Thomas Edison State University ’s 46-year history. She's taking the reins at a state university where the students are all grown up.
The following stories were originally published in the July 18, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Is NJ Transit on track to recover from years of neglect? Or could one vulnerable tunnel derail it all and take the economy down with it?
Large faces on billboards and small grants to community groups and individuals are part of the strategy of I Am Trenton, a group celebrating its 10th anniversary of actively supporting Trenton projects by becoming more visible.
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.
It’s the 21st century. So don’t be so surprised that artificial intelligence isn’t science fiction anymore. Granted, it’s not quite science fact yet, but the collaboration between Google and Princeton University is looking to smooth out that particular wrinkle.
Sue Dupre serves as a dance master, teaching and leading traditional dances from the 18th and 19th centuries.
The following stories were originally published in the August 15, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.