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Innovations at NJIT
October 20, 2016
The City’s Universities, Corporations and Non-profits are First to Test its Next-Gen Diagnostics4.0 Analytics, a research and development company in NJIT’s Enterprise Development... read more!
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March 28, 2016
An economic forum focused on growing advanced manufacturing jobs in the state through increased trade with the European Union (EU) attracted more than 50 company owners, entrepreneurs and... read more!
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March 18, 2016
There is no more potent symbol of go-go urban renewal than a refurbished waterfront dotted with parks, bicycle paths and sleek new condo buildings. But when redevelopment begins to encroach on a... read more!
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January 27, 2016
NJIT President Joel Bloom was once again named to NJ Biz’s list of the state’s 100 most influential business people. Bloom, who made the list last year, was ranked 62nd.The magazine... read more!
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January 15, 2016
NJIT’s New Jersey Innovation Institute is designed to be an economic engine, spurring growth in sectors ranging from civil infrastructure, to healthcare, to financial services, through... read more!
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December 16, 2015
New Jersey and Israel both boast highly educated workforces and innovative economies, are roughly the same size in land area and population and are significant trading partners. But the two also... read more!
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December 1, 2015
On a frigid but sunny day on the deck of NJIT’s Campus Center, with a bank of 160 rooftop solar panels as backdrop, the director of Environment New Jersey delivered an upbeat assessment of... read more!
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October 12, 2015
Addressing the future of health care delivery at a recent conference on the NJIT campus, New Jersey Health Commissioner Cathleen Bennett spoke forcefully about the need to connect care providers... read more!
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October 2, 2015
The theme of the recent TEDxNJIT event was “Urban Phoenix – Renewal and Revitalization.” Speakers from business, academia and the arts discussed the future of the city and... read more!