Rutgers University is hosting a free conference for entrepreneurs Oct. 16 to connect startups with investors, government agencies and other emerging businesses.
BioNJ, a trade group supporting New Jersey's biotech cluster, is holding its first annual CEO summit Friday, inviting leaders of the state's life science companies to address the state of the industry.
Ewing-based biofeedstock company Proterro announced Friday it has appointed Timothy Cooper vice president of engineering. Cooper previously was responsible for Eastman Chemical Co.'s biotechnology effort, managing genetic engineering and fermentation development programs, and driving generation of intellectual property.
Princeton-based clinical decision support company PeriGen announced today Rebecca Cypher has been appointed chief nursing officer. Cypher is a perinatal nurse practitioner with 25 years' civilian and military experience.
Parsippany-based specialty pharmaceutical company Actavis announced Friday the Federal Trade Commission approved the acquisition of Warner Chilcott by Actavis. The vote in support of the transaction follows Actavis' agreement to a proposed consent order, pursuant to which Actavis has agreed to divest certain products as a condition to obtaining...
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Better informed and technologically empowered consumers are transforming health care, a trend that will reward companies most adaptive to this change in the era of the Affordable Care Act, a Johnson and Johnson executive told gathers at a New Jersey Technology Council breakfast today.
Harrison-based JAG Physical Therapy announced Thursday it has renewed its partnership with the professional soccer team the New York Red Bulls. JAG will remain the official physical therapy provider of the Red Bulls Academy and Training Programs.
Camden-based Cooper University Health announced Thursday its partnership with Texas-based MD Anderson Cancer Center. The agreement creates the $100 million MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden, expected to open October 7.
North Brunswick biotech Hurel Corp. is launching a grant program — with a commitment of up to $150,000 in its own money — to spur innovation of its cell-based technologies used in pharmaceutical and industrial toxicological research.
Camden-based Coriell Life Sciences, which focuses on storage, interpretation and delivery of genomic information for health care implementation, was named IBM's North American entrepreneur of the year, the company announced Thursday.
Uncertainty is in generous supply when it comes to the Affordable Care Act, but one expert said today's first look at pricing from the federal government has some good news for New Jersey.