From Family & Faith, a Nonprofit Is Born

To say that central New Jersey pharmaceutical entrepreneur Sajid Syed comes from a family of physicians is almost an understatement. Among his medically inclined family he notes his great-grandfather...

WOMEN IN SCIENCE

Karen LinderHelena AxelrodMargaret BisherCorrections or additions?WOMEN IN SCIENCEPrinceton's laboratories aren't devoid of politics, Butresults speak more clearly than genderThis article by Phyllis M. Maguire was published in U.S. 1...

Princeton’s Climate Central: Snow in Northeast, Not Much Elsewhere

Snow, snow, and more snow. The overabundance of it has dominated the headlines the past few weeks. But while the recent bout of winter weather has painted the middle...

Riding the Growth Wave in Trade Group Tests

Vacant No MoreCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200310/31029c01.html Princeton, ETS, Business-->This article was prepared for the October 29, 2003issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.Riding the Growth Wave in Trade...

Immigrant Entrepreneur Award Winners

V. Balasubramanian was just one recipient of the 2016 Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards, sponsored by the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, honoring first-generation immigrant business leaders in...

Progress Edition

by Barbara Figge Fox and Scott MorganYour eyes might glaze over as you see page after page of listings in this issue. Where, oh where are the stories, you...

Dollars for Digital Health Tools

Stephen Downs has an enviable job, to fund prophets — and yes, that’s “prophets” with a ph, not an f. That’s because, as a grant-giver for the Robert Wood...

A 350th Holiday Season of History and Memories

The song “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” seems as if it were written especially for the central New Jersey region. After all, its lines “Here we are as...

CrossFit: The Workout for Thinking People

On the morning before Thanksgiving, 14 people are in a warehouse-like workout room, furiously doing sets of pull-ups, pushups, and squats. It’s about 8:30 a.m. and most Americans are...

Between the Lines

Sarnoff RevisitedCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200111/11121c02.html Princeton, business,-->This article was prepared for the November 21, 2001 edition of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.Between the LinesHaving the 50th anniversary of...

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