Governor Reestablishes NJ Commission on Science, Technology and Innovation

Keeping with his goal of prioritizing New Jersey’s tech economy, Governor Phil Murphy this morning officially reestablished the New Jersey Commission on Science, Technology and Innovation.

“A stronger New Jersey is built on the back of innovation,” said Murphy, standing in the Biotechnology Development Center in North Brunswick alongside state Senator Paul Sarlo amd Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker.

Former Governor Chris Christie line-itemed the commission in 2010 and it failed to revive until today.

It’s an annual allocation of $1 million.

“We’re getting back to making New Jersey the home for cutting edge research,” Murphy said.



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