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Creating an environment that fosters innovation is a prerequisite to having a competitive business climate and economic growth. Being innovation-friendly attracts research and investment; provides incentive to expand or relocate; creates jobs and ultimately leads to new cures, technologies and products to improve our quality of life.
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Princeton Plasma Physics Lab’s fusion reactor will be operational again

Princeton, NJ, August 26, 2014 – After two years of renovation and $94 million of upgrades, the nuclear fusion reactor at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory will active once again. The National Spherical Torus Experiment or the “NSTX” according to the scientists will be the most powerful fusion facility of its kind in the world and is expected to be operational in the beginning of 2015. Read the rest of this entry »

Biomaterials Symposium and Industry Breakfast

New Brunswick, NJ, August 26, 2014 - NJ Center for Biomaterials is hosting their 12th New Jersey Symposium on Biomaterials Science. The conference titled “Bioactive Scaffolds: From Synthetic Polymers to ECM to Decellularized Tissues” will be held at Heldrich Hotel in New Brunswick from October 6th to 7th. Read the rest of this entry »

PhRMA Launches ‘Innovation Hub’ Site to Showcase Data, Research on Biopharma Innovation

Washington, DC, August 25, 2014 ― The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) has launched a new website to showcase the latest data and research on innovation in the biopharma industry.  The new website — the Innovation Hub is accessible via

PhRMA’s new site provides easy access to PhRMA resources related to the R&D process, the biopharmaceutical pipeline, and progress fighting diseases such as hepatitis C, Alzheimer’s, leukemia, cancer and HIV/AIDS. Read the rest of this entry »

Rutgers Research Link Genes to Memories

New Brunswick, NJ, August 22, 2014 - Dr. Timothy Otto of Rutgers and his colleagues have explored the biological basis of memory formation in the brain. The researchers have discovered that the Arc gene and its protein product, also called Arc, play an essential role in the memory formation process. Read the rest of this entry »
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