380 million-years-old fossils discovered at William Paterson University offer a unique opportunity to teach about climate change.
To celebrate National Robotics Week and whet interest for STEM education, middle school students build robots out of Legos.
At Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital, patients are given VR treatment to help curb pain and anxiety.
Per Scholas' managing director says they expect to enroll 100 students this year, and two-thirds of those will be Newark residents.
Willingboro High School is home to an interactive lab for students to learn about a farming technique that uses fish waste as a nutrient for plants.
Images of microscopic organisms can be very pleasing to the eye, but they can also help with research into genomes.
Female students pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics were able to interact and network with female scientists, entrepreneurs and researchers.
The home appliance manufacturing industry is well aware of the potential dangers of smart appliances being hacked.
Before slipping on a hospital gown, patients and surgeons at Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Neuroscience Institute slip on virtual reality goggles to fly through the brain, preparing for the ...
The shared space that currently houses 11 startup companies was created in partnership with Princeton University.
The new Democratic majority in Washington hopes it can wield some leverage with the Trump administration, which is currently more focused on building walls than tunnels.
Newark Venture Partners is focused on growing the city’s economy.
For 142 years, AT&T Labs, and its predecessor Bell Labs, have been at the forefront of technological innovations. A museum highlights the company's most monumental inventions, from the telephone ...
Antonina Mitrofanova made up her mind early that she would dedicate her life to fighting cancer. The burden of debt from medical school led her to pursuing math and computer science to make ...
Streptomyces was discovered at Rutgers University in the early 1940s by Professor Selman Waksman and his graduate students Albert Schatz and Elizabeth Bugie.