Dataram Corp. (DRAM), 777 Alexander Road, Suite 100, Princeton 08540. 609-799-0071. David A. Moylan, CEO. www.dataram.com.
The global maker of computer memory has bought US Gold Corp., a gold exploration and development company that owns mining rights for a project in Wyoming. The all-stock acquisition is the company’s first foray into mining. It was previously focused on the memory technology industry.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for our stockholders,” said Dave Moylan, Dataram’s CEO, who was hired in July, 2015. “We have been actively looking for diversification opportunities for more than a year and our entry into the natural resources sector is intended to diversify risks and unlock value for our stockholders.”
USGC controls the Copper King project in Wyoming and has mining rights to the “Keystone Project” gold mining operation in Nevada.
IMS Health, 29 Emmons Drive, Suite B-10, Princeton 08540. 866-522-8558. Michael Bell, www.imshealth.com.
R-Squared, a life science and healthcare software company, has changed its name to IMS Health. IMS, a Connecticut-based healthcare technology and services company, bought R-Squared in 2015.
Crown Cruise Vacations, 120 Village Boulevard, Princeton 08540. 609-945-9801. Ross Spalding, president. www.crowncruisevacations.com.
The travel agency has moved from Main Street to Village Boulevard.
Niksun Inc., 457 North Harrison Street, Princeton 08540. 609-936-9999. Parag Pruthi, CEO. www.niksun.com.
The networking and cyber security company has moved from Nassau Park Boulevard to North Harrison Street.
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Lightspeed Network Technologies Inc., 4105 Route 1 South, Suite 3, Monmouth Junction 08552. 732-685-4655, www.lightspeednt.com.
The provider of telecom networking services has opened an office on Route 1 South.
Biosortia, 11 Deer Park Drive, Suite 206-B, Monmouth Junction 08852. 614-636-4850. Ross O. Youngs, www.biosortia.com.
Biosortia, a San Diego-based biotech company, has opened a location on Deer Park Drive. The company is looking at algae for potential anti-cancer, anti-infection, and other kinds of drugs.
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Visionsoft/Reddy Infosys, 186 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Suite 4A, Princeton Junction 08550. 609-269-2960. Anji Reddy, CEO. www.visionsoft.global.
VisionSoft, an American-Indian IT services company, has opened on Princeton-Hightstown Road. It also has offices in Hyderabad, India.
Evotec, 303B College Road East, Princeton 08540, www.evotech.com.
Evotec, a German pharmaceutical company, has opened a location on College Road East to make reagents for the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industry. The company has leased 11,500 square feet of R&D and laboratory space and is expected to employ 40 people, according to a statement by National Business Parks, the owner of the complex.
iMED Global, 707 State Road, Suite 223, Princeton 08540. 609-759-6900. www.imedglobal.com.
iMED Global, a contract research organization headquartered on State Road, has merged with FMD K&L, another CRO based in Pennsylvania and China. The combined company now has 19 offices in countries around the world.
Yamaha School of Music, 29 Emmons Drive, Suite E-10, Princeton 08540. 609-452-0800.
The private music school has left its Emmons Drive location. There are Yamaha Schools of Music in Fair Lawn and Livingston.
YourEncore, 100 Canal Pointe Boulevard, Suite 209, Princeton 08540. 609-534-5389. www.yourencore.com.
YourEncore, a consulting firm, has moved from Canal Pointe Boulevard to Newtown, Pennsylvania.
Sue Ellen Page Johnson, 67, on November 27. She taught at Westminster Choir College and wrote “Hearts and Hands and Voices,” a guide for teaching sacred music. She was also the co-founder of the Trenton Children’s Chorus in 1989. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, December 20, at 11 a.m. at Nassau Presbyterian Church.
Katharine Sasse Popenoe, 83, on November 24. She was a psychiatric social worker at the Child Guidance Center in Trenton and was later an admission officer at Princeton University and at the Lawrenceville School, where she rose to the rank of assistant headmaster. A memorial service will be held Friday, March 4, in Princeton.
Patty K. DeSantis, on November 30. She was one of the original women forklift drivers at Ocean Spray in Bordentown and retired after 29 years as a supervisor. She was also president of the Bordentown Historical Society.
Margaret Diehl, 89, on November 26. Together with her late husband Jerome, she founded the Seabrook House alcohol rehabilitation facility in Bridgeton.
Anna Alicia Fenton, 87, on November 29. She worked for the state department of agriculture, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and the Somerset County Park Commission in the engineering and park ranger departments.
Louis Jammer Jr., 85, on November 29. He ran the business that his father founded, Jammer Doors, which is now located in Lawrenceville.
Michael Landolfi, 57, on November 27. He was an electrician and owner of Landolfi Electric Co.
Anthony Merlino, 77, on November 28. He was involved with the family business, Pete Lorenzo’s steakhouse, and later co-owned Merlino’s Waterfront in Trenton together with his wife, Anniebaum.
Memorial Service: A memorial service will be held for William G. Bowen, the former Princeton University president who died on October 20, on Sunday, December 11, at 1:30 p.m. at the university chapel.