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.
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.
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.
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