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.
The Federal Communications Commission will vote to repeal net neutrality, an Obama-era internet regulation, on Thursday.
Liberty Science Center’s former Imax theater has been transformed into a brand new planetarium.
The program offers free tablets and tech lessons for senior citizens.
A team of Edison students from John Adams and Woodrow Wilson middle schools, known as Team EON, won $10,000 from Lockheed Martin in the national Video Challenge Contest.
The Xenex robot, temporarily named Jimi, uses pulsed xenon to kill superbugs, germs, and bacteria in five minutes or less.
More than a decade ago, lawmakers approved creating a paper backup for the state's voting machines, but no money has been committed to enact the law.
A new study by the RAND Corporation found mechanical knees are more dangerous than the newer, computerized technology known as microprocessor knees.
The drone used by the Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute eliminates the inconsistencies that previous research instruments struggled with.
Meat produced without slaughtering animals may become readily available for the consumer market in as little as five to 10 years.