The following stories were originally published in the November 7, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
The Celebrate Princeton Innovation event offers entrepreneurial-minded readers a chance to meet university researchers, including many of the ones featured in this issue of U.S. 1, Thursday, November 8.
Biotech company Acadia Pharma has moved from 902 to 502 Carnegie Center.
Ovation at Riverwalk, a 260-apartment age-restricted community to be opened in autumn 2019 near the campus of the Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro, has filled two positions.
Princeton professor Bridgett vonHoldt, with her dog Marla, is studying how DNA can reveal social behavior traits in dogs.
In spite of all that was presented in the U.S. 1 piece, I can’t recall that over any of those years I ever heard the word “haunted” with reference to TPH from anyone across the hospital staff or patients.
Thank you for your coverage of Better Angels (www.Better-Angels.org) in Richard K. Rein’s October 31 column.
As seasonal historic educator at the Clarke House Will Krakower has immersed himself in the battle and its main characters and seems to know General Mercer intimately.
The many worthy traits of Peter Kellogg and Stephen Weiner’s musical version of “The Rivals” are clouded by a need for sharper definition in the world premiere being mounted at Bristol Riverside Theater through November 18.
I’ve been up to my ears in tampons for the last six months. No, this isn’t some kind of fetish. It’s in connection with the Princeton Period Project, the newest community-support initiative of Princeton Cornerstone Community Kitchen.