John Oliveira and Deb Ruriani accept MieleUSA's membership plaque from Katherine Kish and Einstein's Alley Board Members. L to R: Katherine Kish, John Gagliano, Ryan Lilienthal, Lou Wagman, John Oliveira , Rick Pinto, Deborah Ruriani, Darren Hammell, Jim Bourke
Plainsboro, NJ (March 25, 2013) Einstein’s Alley, the private, non-profit economic development initiative for Central New Jersey, is proud to announce the addition of James C. Bourke, CPA., CITP., CFF to the Board of Trustees. Jim, a Partner, Member of the Board of Directors and a Member of the Management Committee at WithumSmith+Brown, Red Bank, New Jersey
Plainsboro, NJ (January 07, 2013) Einstein’s Alley, the private, non-profit economic development initiative for Central New Jersey, is proud to announce the addition of Darren Hammell, COO and Co-Founder of Princeton Power Systems, Ryan Stark Lilienthal , a Princeton attorney specializing in immigration law, and Michael A. Palladino, Dean of Science Monmouth University as new members of the Board
Think of an area with a cluster of high-tech companies with a brilliant workforce and world-class research laboratories and universities nearby. You probably thought of California’s Silicon Valley or Massachusetts’s Route 128 corridor. It’s the objective of Einstein’s Alley (EA), a 501(c)(4) corporation located in Central New Jersey, to put the superlative collection of tech
New Jersey’s formerly booming high-tech sector has a lower profile, battered by a series of corporate contractions over the last 16 years. But there are new efforts by state officials and business leaders to help the state recapture its once-dominant share of jobs in science, engineering and technology.
THE LAUNCHING PAD By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN "... America should be for the 21st-century world what Cape Canaveral was for America in the 1960s. Cape Canaveral was the launching pad for our one national moon shot. It was a hugely inspiring project that drove scientific research, innovation, education and manufacturing. But we're not going to
The HealthCare Institute of New Jersey recently said the state’s biopharmaceutical and medical technology fields generated $24.2 billion worth of economic impact in 2011. With eye-popping figures like that, there’s no question the life sciences sector is vital to the Garden State’s economy.
SciPark, a massive 32.3 acre R&D campus designed for high tech, biomedical and pharmaceutical companies, is offering New Jersey a chance to capitalize on its storied scientific history.
“…[Frick Lab] is a good poster child for the types of successful collaborations that can happen between industry and academia,” Taylor said at an Einstein’s Alley event in Frick last November…”
From a Working Paper by Dr. William M. Rodgers III, Chief Economist at the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. "Just over 12 years ago, President Clinton's Labor Department issued the report Future Work: Trends and Challenges for the 21st Century. One of the report's key phrases was: "where we work,