Important gene therapy research and development is being done in Hopewell under the leadership of Pennington resident Bruce Goldsmith
Mercer County Community College has teamed up with New York-based Fusemachines to help business owners discover the benefits of Artificial Intelligence technology with its upcoming eight-week course “Artificial Intelligence for Professionals.”
Making a business stand out requires extensive planning and forethought. SCORE Princeton is enlisting the help of leadership coach John Patrick Vasturia for a free Zoom webinar to tackle the necessary tactics for success.
The Princeton Small Business Resiliency Fund offers a third round of grants, Rider dedicates a renovated science center, and a Lawrenceville office park is under new ownership.
Craig B. Arnold, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and director of the Princeton Institute of Materials, has been appointed Princeton University’s vice dean for innovation.
As June’s annual observance of LGBTQ+ Pride Month comes around, so can an influx of confusion or misunderstandings in relation to issues affecting individuals in the community.
The Rutgers Food Innovation Center helps food entrepreneurs take products from idea to market production. Those looking to join the industry can learn what it takes at the FIC’s Food Business Basics workshop on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 10 and 11.
The City of Trenton has issued a request for proposals (RFP) seeking a qualified developer or redevelopment team to rehabilitate the historic Old Eagle Tavern on South Broad Street.
"Population Trends in New Jersey” won’t fit the bill for easy or fun reading. However, Rutgers University professors James W. Hughes and David Listokin’s new Rutgers University Press book provides some intriguing information that helps us understand who we New Jerseyans are.
The Jewish Center in Princeton will officially install Rabbi Andrea Merow with a celebration including food and music on Sunday, May 1.
The NJBIA and Advocates for Children of New Jersey are partnering to co-host an event addressing how businesses can do their part to help alleviate the state's child care crisis.
A new partnership is bringing changes to the Hopewell dining landscape. Robin and Jon McConaughy, owners of Double Brook Farm and founders of the Brick Farm Group, have partnered with Otto and Maria Zizak, the owners of Ottoburger.
From May 4 onwards, New Jersey businesses will be unable to distribute and sell single-use plastic bags as well as polystyrene foam products as part of what is being described as “the strongest” bag ban in the nation.
The New Jersey State Policy Lab at Rutgers University recently released what it calls “a first-of-its-kind report examining health, education, and law enforcement factors related to marijuana usage.”
Connie Mercer founded HomeFront 31 years ago, and now the CEO is transitioning out of her leadership position to continue building on her legacy of advocacy.
Hoping to return the local economic infrastructure to its former glory, the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce has planned the “ReNew Jersey Business Summit” on Wednesday and Thursday, April 13 and 14, at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City.
While unemployment has become a problem for many groups throughout the world because of the COVID-19 pandemic, autistic individuals have, and will continue to, face significant barriers in trying to join the workforce.
An effective introduction combines the elements of authenticity and creativity, with the speaker momentarily taking command of a room in a business meeting.
The time for filing income taxes is upon us, so for those looking for free tax return preparation, including services specifically for seniors, there are a number of approved sites throughout Mercer County staffed and waiting to offer complimentary assistance.
Rather than standing alone, nonprofits and businesses can become a powerful team, joining forces for a meaningful look at health — both physically and mentally, as the inseparable components remain consistently challenged by the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the fourth iteration of the Pitch Stop event, a shark tank-esque battle of the beginning businesses, selected innovators and entrepreneurs will be showing their products or services to an experienced panel of investors — in turn, they receive important feedback to help them grow.
Attorneys Carl Archer and Bob Brogan combine forces; Aurex Laboratories acquired by California pharma firm, the TDA appoints new board members, and the Zimmerli Museum names a new director.
Career coach Jeff Altman offers tips for successful salary negotiation at the virtual Professional Service Group of Mercer County meeting on Friday, February 4.
Four new members have been appointed to the board of Princeton Area Community Foundation, the Lawrence-based organization that helps people and companies make effective charitable gifts and awards grants to nonprofits.
Princeton Theological Seminary has removed Samuel Miller’s name from the school’s chapel after calls by students and faculty for the institution to dissociate from Miller, a slaveholder and anti-abolitionist who was the seminary’s second professor.
Institute for Advanced Study director Robbert Dijkgraaf has been named minister of education in the Netherlands. M'kina Tapscott has been appointed Artworks Trenton's new director.
Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor and unsuccessful 2016 GOP presidential candidate, has been hitting the press with a new book, “Republican Rescue: Saving the Party from Truth Deniers, Conspiracy Theorists, and the Dangerous Policies of Joe Biden.”
"We have treated over 3,000 children and families. You cannot imagine the need in Trenton,” says Nicole McGrath-Barnes of the dental services provided by KinderSmile Foundation.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has extended the deadline for businesses of all sizes, private nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters to apply for a physical disaster loan to Wednesday, January 5, 2022.