A seamless 5G world is still years away. It’ll take time to build up the infrastructure and guarantee cybersecurity, but it’s the future.
Per Scholas' managing director says they expect to enroll 100 students this year, and two-thirds of those will be Newark residents.
Gibson served four terms as Newark mayor, from 1970 to 1986, and was the first black man to lead a major Northeast city.
Female students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics were able to interact and network with female scientists, entrepreneurs and researchers.
A new program hopes to successfully treat more convergence insufficiency patients.
With all the talk about innovation and technological advances, the goal of the NJIT conference came down to better care for patients.
Students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology are giving the ham radio, a century-old technology, a new voice in this social media world.
Phil Murphy wants to create New Jersey's first public bank, among other initiatives.
A vision of prosperity from a man who would be governor. The only declared candidate calling for a state bank to keep our money home grown. With the cost of EpiPens sky high, Assembly calls to ...
Nearly 3,000 Newark youth participated in a jobs program that placed them at summer jobs earning minimum wage.
A mega cash infusion for the mega mall moldering in the Meadowlands. Malls are going bust. Could a billion dollar bond sale help it succeed? A final demolition of blighted blocks in Camden. Too late ...
The NJ Office of Homeland Security held a conference at NJIT with reps from Israel about securing infrastructure.
Finger-pointing over budget shortfalls. Income tax revenues lawmakers had banked on didn’t come in. Where will they find an extra $800 million now? Securing critical infrastructure. The state ...
The Christie administration is proposing cuts to the Educational Opportunity Fund and to colleges.
Unemployment is at a nine-year low -- 4.3 million New Jersey residents are working. And Christie's dedicating millions to train even more. Rival lawmakers have competing bills to save Atlantic City. ...