The next edition of MetroFocus features some of the best segments from the past months, beginning with a look behind the jobs numbers that perplex economists and drive the conversation on the campaign trail.
A review of the Five Borough Ballot reporting project, an interview with mayoral candidate Bill Thompson, a 24-hour walk on the wild side in Central Park, and more.
With the governor and the Energy Secretary on hand, NJ Transit announced that it is taking the first steps to plan for the construction of NJ TransitGrid, a so-called micro-grid that would allow the transit system to operate independently of the main grid in case of an emergency, like Sandy.
The next edition of MetroFocus features mayoral candidate Bill Thompson, a review of the Five Borough Ballot reporting project, New Jersey’s micro-grid study, an upcoming documentary about Billie Jean King, and the Central Park BioBlitz
On this week’s episode of MetroFocus: Cornell NYC Tech coming to Roosevelt Island, Broadband access in rural towns, the Lady at the O.K. Corral, and a museum all about math.
On the next episode of MetroFocus: Cornell NYC Tech coming to Roosevelt Island, Broadband access in rural towns, the Lady at the O.K. Corral, and a museum all about math.
Google’s first Geek Street Fair turned Chelsea’s 14th Street Park into a veritable smorgasbord of science, technology, engineering and math.
To better understand the biggest threats to Lake George’s pristine water quality, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), IBM and The Fund for Lake George have teamed up for the The Jefferson Project at Lake George to transform the body of water into the world’s “smartest”.