Sate Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio says the state is investing in education, transportation, and NJ Transit.
The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce will host Nobel laureate Michael W. Young for its annual Albert Einstein Memorial Lecture on Tuesday, March 19.
Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.
Einstein encountered more than a few bumps in the road, but he most certainly made his way to Scientific Valhalla.
Andy Goodman discusses why bad presentations happen to good causes on March 7 at Cobblestone Creek Country Club.
Lynn Stout’s ‘Citizen Capitalism’ advocates using corporations for the public good.
The Innovation Forum, held every year at Princeton’s Keller Center, is a good chance to take a look at some of the cutting edge research that inventors hope could be turned into commercial products.
Green infrastructure is becoming mainstream all over the world, says Louise Wilson, staff member of New Jersey Future.
An Ocean County journalist has created a powerful tool to simplify the process of requesting government records.
When technology expert Hewie Poplock decided to cut off his cable TV service back in March, it wasn’t due to not wanting to watch TV anymore.