IT Centralization, Relationship Building Among Focuses For New Jersey CTO
Regime change is disruptive by definition, and New Jersey’s newest technology executive said that while the state will likely continue on a path toward consolidating IT infrastructure, his boss — Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy — has asked him to assess the progress made under the previous administration, and recommend a course of action
At Liberty Science Center, Data from NOAA Creates Vivid Simulations on Six-Foot Suspended Globe
he Liberty Science Center (Jersey City) is opening an exhibit at its new Weston Family Lab for Earth and Space Exploration to coincide with Astronomy Day (April 21) and Earth Day (April 22). The exhibit, “Science on a Sphere,” is a suspended sphere, six-feet in diameter, that displays the Earth (or other planets) in brilliant detail. It was developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Upper Saddle River’s Cavallini Middle School Wins $150,000 in Prizes from Samsung for Concussion-Sensing Project
Just as the students at Emil A. Cavallini Middle School, in Upper Saddle River, were beginning to consider what project to do for Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Contest, one of their friends suffered a concussion in a football game. The rest is history.
Amazon Visits Newark: Inside Tuesday’s Tour of the City
It’s hard to imagine that the city visit by Amazon — the next step in a process that Amazon promises will bring 50,000 jobs and $5 billion worth of development to the winning town — would be routine. A recap of Tuesday's visit by Tom Bergeron / ROI
Amid Arguments and Warnings, Nuclear Subsidy Bill Clears Committee
After months of contentious debate and false starts, a package of bills increasing the state’s reliance on renewable energy, as well as subsidizing nuclear power plants, won approval yesterday from a pair of legislative committees.