Fast Lane

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NJEN Joins Princeton Chamber

The New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network, a nonprofit group that hosts events for the business community, has been merged into the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Business Association.

NJ to Operate Its Own Health Plan Market

Governor Phil Murphy has announced that New Jersey will operate its own “state-based health exchange” for health insurance starting in 2021.

Fast Lane: Fire Extinguisher Scam, Deaths

Princeton police said a man posing as a “fire extinguisher inspector” scammed hundreds of dollars from two Princeton coffee shops.

Expansions, Crosstown Moves, Deaths

Certara is partnering with the CDC on a data management program.

DOE Renews Contract with Plasma Physics Lab

Princeton University will continue to operate the Department of Energy's Plasma Physics Lab through at least 2022.

Noted Economist Krueger Dies at 58

Economist Alan Krueger died at age 58.

Crosstown Moves, New in Towns, Deaths

Barbara Ann Shary, 74, on March 9. She was employed with Verizon Communications for over 33 years prior to her retirement in 2001.

Janssen Wins FDA Approval for Depression Treatment

Janssen, Johnson & Johnson’s pharmaceutical unit, has won FDA approval for its nasal spray ketamine-based treatment for depression.

Management Moves: New Jersey Policy Perspective Taps McKoy

New Jersey Policy Perspective, a Trenton-based public policy think tank, has made Brandon McKoy its next president.

Princeton University Researchers Use AI to Push Limits of Data Science

Princeton University unveiled an AI research collaboration with Google late last year. Now the school has announced another major effort to put AI to work in a variety of uses across the university.

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