Seton Hall, Princeton Entrepreneurs Make "America's Coolest College Startups List"

Students from Seton Hall University and Princeton University are helming some of the nation's top college startup firms, according to a new ranking by Inc. magazine.


New Jersey's Edubloggers Talk Policy, Politics --and Technology

This list of the top education blogs in the state is loosely organized in order of influence, as gauged by a combination of quality, quantity, buzz, and an informal survey of peers and others.


Third Annual WE Tech Symposium Draws Teachers From Throughout State

More than 150 educators learned about educational technology at the third annual WE Tech Symposium, held at West Essex High School on March 1, 2014. NJTechWeekly.com covered past years’ WE Tech conferences here and here.


ATT gives $40,000 to Boost Boys and Girls Club's STEM Programs

AT&T's Aspire program, which has committed $350 million toward programs nationwide that prepare students to be college- or career-ready, has committed $40K to Boys & Girls Club STEM programs in N.J.


Motor Vehicle Commission's New Rule May Drive Tesla Out of New Jersey

A new rule could drive innovative electric car manufacturers like Tesla out of New Jersey. At issue is their ability to sell directly to the public.





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