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Students get schooled in cybersecurity

7-20-17
High schoolers learn how to defend against hackers at a cybersecurity summer camp.

Newark students get hands-on experience in STEM fields

6-15-17
Newark Public Schools partnered with education company i2 Learning to bring STEM week to middle school students.

Behind the scenes of New Jersey State Police’s improved forensics lab

5-31-17
State police recently cut the time it takes for labs to process forensics from 10 months to 48 hours through the use of a new system.

Stevens Institute Innovation Expo Highlights Creative Inventions

5-4-17
Students take creative ideas and try to turn them into actual start-up businesses, securing capital and positioning new products for a specific, defined markets for the annual Innovation Expo at Stevens Institute of Technology.

Mount Olive Students to Compete in National Robotic Championship

4-24-17
The Mount Olive Robotics Team has a full blown curriculum and nearly 150 students who compete on varsity and JV teams. Students are competing in the first national championship.

Stockton University Shows Off Atomic Force Microscope

4-20-17
Stockton University has acquired a $6 million atomic force microscope, which is much more powerful than a traditional microscope.

Parkinson’s Patient Can Control Treatment with iPod

4-14-17
Paul Detlefsen is the first patient in the U.S. to manage deep brain stimulation for his Parkinson's disease from an iPod. Before, patients were given a bulky remote control generator to manage the system and it often required in-office adjustments.

City Council Approves Transfer of Jersey City Public Land for Science Center Expansion

3-23-17
Sci Tech Scity, a proposed 16-acre, $276 million science center, research facility, school, hotel and residential development, would transform the area into a nationally-recognized science research and education village.

Cutting-Edge Technology Helps Researchers Study Your Gut

3-1-17
Rutgers University now has a SHIME, which mimics the functions of the human gastrointestinal tract.