Lessons Learned From Forrestal Village

Princeton Forrestal Village seems to have nine lives. Since opening in the late 1980s, the village has transformed from a high-end retail center, to an outlet mall, then office...

Don’t Learn What, Learn How

Have you ever heard of or maybe even remember the popular children’s books of “Dr. Seuss,” a.k.a. Theodor Seuss Geisel (1904-1991)? It was he who wrote: “It is better...

Take Note: Bitcoin & Blockchain

by Joe Murray Bitcoin, which has been plastered all over the news lately, is the new green — as in currency. Since Bitcoin’s founding in 2009, the cryptocurrency has had...

In Trenton’s Shadow, A Summer Escape to the Abbott Marshlands

Come with me. Stroll beside tranquil willows, alongside the lilypad lake. Heed red-winged blackbirds’ territorial “okaleeeeee!” on all sides. Be properly impressed by the mute swan male, wings arced...

The Perfect Company: Universal Display Corporation

It was a slow night at the Franklin Institute. Three of us watched chief astronomer Derrick Pitts explain the importance of Galileo’s telescopes to George Takei, who played Mr....

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Others are thrilled that summer has arrived. I, on the other hand, am horrified. I have allowed spring to come and go without ever once taking up a kayak...

New Jersey Gets Tough On Fertilizer, with Good Reason

After years of hard work, the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association is pleased to applaud the enactment of the Fertilizer Control Law. With Governor Chris Christie’s signature on January 5,...

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In recent weeks U.S. 1 has received several opinion pieces from a variety of advocacy groups regarding the public questions that will be on the ballot in the Tuesday,...

Putting Biotechnology In the Palm of Our Hands

Fifty years ago in Princeton I watched the mathematician John von Neumann designing and building the first electronic computer that operated with instructions coded into the machine....

Opt Outside on Black Friday

After a day of family and feasting on Thanksgiving, what will you do the next day?You could join the ever-escalating Black Friday shopping madness: malls at midnight, crowds stampeding...

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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.