A Rutgers student might have discovered the reason neurodegenerative diseases spread in the brain.
The Hanlon 2 Lab at Stevens Institute of Technology is designed for financial analytics and data visualization. In other words, helping students become tech-savvy financial managers.
Researchers from NJ schools met with legislators to talk about new applications for drone technology.
Picatinny Arsenal is hosting first-ever pumpkin slinging STEM competition for high school students.
Hot temperatures can cause planes to have decreased performance when it comes to takeoffs and landings.
Holy Name Medical Center is using a device patients wear on their wrists to monitor vital signs.
OpenZika offers an opportunity for anyone to help find a cure for the Zika virus through a website.
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is studying fusion, which researchers believe can be a very important energy source in the future.
Propeller Fest in Hoboken was the region’s first tech and business summit with thousands of entrepreneurs.
West Orange renamed Pleasantdale Elementary Kelly Elementary School in honor of Mark and Scott Kelly, twins who served as NASA astronauts and grew up in the municipality.
The percentage of households with landlines and no cellphones is shrinking with wireless on the rise.
GNOC is outfitting Cleveland and Philadelphia for political conventions by deploying antenna systems across the city.
William Paterson University Professor Elizabeth Haines says gender stereotypes haven't changed much in recent decades.
Men, who die on average five years earlier than women, prefer male doctors, but are more honest with female doctors.
Rutgers and Stanford scientists have developed a novel way to inject healthy human nerve cells into the brain.