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December 13, 2012
Ying Wu '88, chairman of China Capital Group, is in the business of connecting people and countries, specifically the United States and China. One of his main goals is to bring the benefits of... read more!
September 26, 2012
Two NJIT grads have developed an app that’s getting national attention.The app, called Bomax: The Cranky Alarm, transforms your iPhone into an alarm clock with game. The app turns your... read more!
August 24, 2012
When he graduated from Livingston High School, Robert Cohen enrolled at NJIT as a mechanical engineering major with soaring thoughts of work in the aerospace field. He’s now engaged on a... read more!
July 12, 2012
A game changed the life of Alwin Ventura.Alwin helped to create Draw Something, the smartphone app that allows players to illustrate words and phrases for other players to guess. Soon after it... read more!
July 9, 2012
A team of NJIT graduates is building a biodiesel production plant -- one that will be the largest in North America.When it opens in the fall, Metro Biofuels will produce 110 million gallons of... read more!
May 24, 2012
Leon Baptiste enrolled in the Newark College of Engineering in 1985 through the Educational Opportunity Program.EOP helps minority students build careers in science and technology.  When he... read more!
May 24, 2012
In life, as in work, there are no problems -- only solutions to problems. That’s been the mantra of Andre Ameer for many years.  And for many years, in life and work, it served... read more!
May 24, 2012
When he came to the United States in 1986 to do a master’s degree in electrical engineering at NJIT, Bhavesh Adani had a bachelor’s degree, a student visa and a loan that would last... read more!
May 24, 2012
Joseph Branco is the Co-founder and President of EIC Associates, a thriving company that does heavy construction and marine work. As president, he’s responsible for the supervision of... read more!
February 28, 2012
If there is life on Mars, the engineering work of Lee Carlson could help uncover it.Carlson, a systems engineer for Honeybee Robotics, has built robotic mechanisms for several NASA missions to... read more!