According to physicists, NASA's satellite TESS is going to dramatically increase the number of planets outside our solar system that they have to study.
The competition, which requires students to navigate a virtual sailboat through the use of programming, is an opportunity to encourage students to pursue STEM careers.
Facebook won't delete disturbing photos from a late loved one's memorial page.
New strategies to protect yourself from data breaches. That was the topic up for discussion at a cyber security symposium hosted Friday at William Paterson University.
Should the state have a say in your end of life planning?
Fifth graders at Newark's KIPP New Jersey Team Academy traveled to outer space Wednesday thanks to the Newark Museum.
A Skylab, or portable inflatable dome, was erected in the ...
They call Marion Lee Johnson a "Hidden Figure." That’s because the mathematician worked at Boeing for NASA calculating trajectories for the Saturn V rocket that sent Neil Armstrong to the moon in ...
Zwicker says New Jersey isn't going to wait and see if Congress votes to overturn the FCC's ruling to end net neutrality.
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.
Murphy set a goal of 3,500 megawatts of wind-generated energy by 2030.
A new space opens in Princeton to foster science and engineering startups.
A team of Rutgers researchers found four core chemical structures that make up the proteins of all organisms.
Students at High Technology High School recently won the Congressional App Challenge, which was set up as a way to encourage STEM education.
The city of Newark believes that supporting net neutrality will ultimately be a competitive advantage to attracting companies and people to buildings in the city.
It’s free at places like Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts, even on board Amtrak. But, not at NJ Transit stations where the Wi-Fi will cost more than a cup of coffee.