Top 5 “Around NJ” Articles on New Jersey Tech Weekly in 2014

Photo: The Governor's School of Engineering and Technology students who visited Juniper OpenLab in Bridgewater. | Courtesy Juniper OpenLab Photo Credit: Courtesy Juniper OpenLab
The Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology students who visited Juniper OpenLab in Bridgewater. | Courtesy Juniper OpenLab | Courtesy Juniper OpenLab

1.     Two NJ Students Awarded Juniper Engineering Scholarships, by Esther Surden, Sept 8           

NJTechWeekly.com loves catching companies in the act of doing good, and this feel-good story about engineering scholarship winners falls into that category.

2.     Juniper OpenLab Hosts Enthusiastic Governor’s School Students, by Esther Surden, July 31

This is a story about students at the New Jersey Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology who visited Juniper Networks OpenLab, where they learned about network security and software-defined networking, and received career advice. They also got to interact with real engineers and other Juniper employees.

3.     HackRU Showcases Student Inventions, by Tyler Gold. Reposted from The Daily Targum, Nov. 4

There was great interest this year in New Jersey hackathons.

4.     Hoboken Students Learn STEM Concepts at Stevens Water Robotics Camp, by Alan Skontra, July 24

Stevens Institute of Technology hosts a WaterBotics Camp each summer. This year, NJTechWeekly.com contributor Alan Skontra captured the atmosphere of the camp.

5.     Branchburg Solar Farm to Provide Energy for Eli Lilly Subsidiary ImClone, by Esther Surden, June 9

When a company puts together such a huge project, it’s news.

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