Health and public policy experts who support the benefits of medicinal cannabis and the need for objective research have joined together to create the Cannabis Education and Research Institute, a non-profit organization.
GS1 US hired a VP for blockchain, and Princeton Child Development Institute has a new leadership team.
If a developer has his way, the Shoppes at Hamilton, a retail complex on Route 130, will cease to exist just shy of its 11th birthday, to be replaced by a large warehouse facility.
Freeman J. Dyson, theoretical physicist and writer, died on February 28 in Princeton at the age of 96.
Princeton University has placed restrictions on travel, and administrators are preparing for the arrival of coronavirus on campus.
Oncosec has two new strategic partnerships, and Cytosorbents is taking its technology to China.
The new developers of the Howard Hughes tract in West Windsor have said they do not plan for any housing at the site.
A Hopewell-based company, Audio Directions, is producing devices intended to remedy the problem of hearing aids that amplify background noise in addition to conversation.
Two new studies released by the New Jersey Hospital Association say hospitals are economic anchors of their communities.
Jonathan Nyce, infamous for the 2004 killing of his wife, is again on the wrong side of the law, this time for allegedly selling fake dog cancer drugs.