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On the Move: Cryptocurrency Crime, New Degree at TESU, Deaths

Prominent Princeton residents Leslie Kuenne and Herbert Hobler have died.

PPPL Developing More Efficient Satellite Thruster

A tiny satellite under construction at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory could open new horizons in space exploration.

Freddie’s Tavern Closes

A little more than three years after new ownership took over Freddie’s Tavern, the restaurant in West Trenton has closed — for now.

Leases Signed at BMS Campuses

Genmab is moving to Bristol-Myers Squibb's former Plainsboro Campus. PTC Therapeutics has signed on for space at the Hopewell campus.

Life in the Fast Lane: Potential Hospital Sites

Two key Route 1 commercial properties -- the massive Wyeth parcel in West Windsor, and a tract owned by FMC in Plainsboro -- are being eyed by the University...

Demolitions, New Construction Coming to Nassau Park Shopping Center

Nassau Park, the big-box shopping mall on Route 1 South near Quakerbridge Road, looks to be getting a bit of a face lift

Life in the Fast Lane

Last November Jesse Lerman, president and CEO of Princeton Server Group (PSG), went to a convention in Atlantic City to make a presentation, and he came home with a...

Developments in Pharma

#b#Amicus ‘Adopts’ an Orphan Drug Maker#/b#Amicus Therapeutics, a pharmaceutical company based on Cedar Brook Drive in Cranbury, is buying Scioderm, a Durham, North Carolina, company with just nine employees,...

Deaths

Renowned author, Princeton professor, and Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison died at 88.

Life in the Fast Lane

Bloomberg on BloombergLabor Force WorriesEssential Product? Or Essentially a Scam?Laser EnergeticsStart-UpsExpansionsCrosstown MovesManagement MovesLeaving TownDeathsCorrections or additions?These stories by Peter J. Mladineo and Barbara Fox were published in U.S. 1...

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.