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.
A hydrogen-fueled model race car competition tested high school students' STEM knowledge as the push for interest in STEM education continues.
At the Trenton Transit Center, Gov. Phil Murphy held a press conference on the Katie Brennan rape case.
Kambui Olujimi transformed his original novella, "Wayward North," into a variety of art projects called "Skywriters and Constellations," that spans every medium.
Two Iranian cybercriminals used a sophisticated ransomware to remotely lock files. They demand a ransom payment in bitcoin -- worth about $30,000 -- as part of a criminal scheme that extorted $6 ...
The head of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority outlines the state's plan to bring in venture capital funds while lifting up women and minorities.
Princeton University hosts its second annual pumpkin toss, a fun Halloween tradition with a scientific twist.
One of the first pilot programs out of the Inspira Innovation Center is called Inspira Health Plus. A patient is sent home with devices prescribed based on their condition.
A mobile tech learning lab at Bell Works shows how virtual reality can be used in the classroom.
Connectivity, interactivity and links to services are planned for new kiosks that will be located around Newark.
Professors and entrepreneurs testified at a joint committee hearing extolling the virtues of fuel cell technology like hydrogen-powered cars. One of the biggest challenges that remains is how the ...
Doctoral students at Stevens Institute of Technology are developing a robot that could have a big impact on New Jersey’s underwater infrastructure.
New Jersey's first Chief Innovation Officer Beth Simone Noveck spoke about how government can harness technology to improve government services.