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Eden Autism to Open Adult Day Center

Eden Autism is opening an adult day center intended for clients 55 and over at the Schalks Crossing shopping center in Plainsboro.

On the Move: Management Moves & Acquisitions

News from Cullen and Dykman, Imbue Creative, WIRB, and Integra.

A Princeton Presence on the Moon’s Surface

There is only one piece of equipment from the Apollo 11 mission still functioning on the moon half a century later, and it was designed by a Princeton graduate student and created by a company with an office in Yardley.

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

Prominent Princeton residents Leslie Kuenne and Herbert Hobler have died.

Poll Says Offensive Workplace Comments are Down

Offensive comments in the workplace — including those about gender, race, sexual orientation, and religion — are down in New Jersey since 2017, according to the fourth annual New Jersey State of Diversity Survey.

On the Move: J&J Lawsuit, Office Building Sold, Deaths

A judge in Oklahoma has ordered New Brunswick-based Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million for its role in causing the opioid addiction crisis.

Deaths

Barbara J. Shiarappa, Julius L. Majeski, Eileen P. Smith, Sheamus John O'Connor

On the Move: Integra to Stay in NJ

Integra Life Sciences is planning to move its headquarters from Enterprise Drive in Plainsboro to a Novo Nordisk-owned building at 1100 Campus Road in Plainsboro, a 166,891-square-foot facility.

Deaths: William Bryce Thompson IV Dies at 87

Thompson was once one of the largest individual landowners in Princeton. He operated Thompson Management on Nassau Street starting in 1958.

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.

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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.