The Greater New Brunswick Innovation Zone consists of areas within New Brunswick, North Brunswick, Piscataway, and Franklin Township. Located 37 miles from New York City and 64 miles from Philadelphia. New Jersey boasts more scientists per capita than any other state in the union. And, in the heart of the state's "Research Corridor" is The Technology Centre of New Jersey.
Located on Route 1 in North Brunswick, the Centre is convenient to both New York City and Philadelphia. Moreover, its proximity to well-known institutions of higher learning and major research corporations provide occupants with access to a highly educated and skilled labor pool.
Educational institutions include, Rutgers and Princeton universities, the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, the Medical Center at Princeton and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
The Technology Centre's biosciences neighbors include Johnson & Johnson, Ortho Pharmaceutical, Hoffmann-LaRoche, Merck, Aventis, Pharmacopeia, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Covance, Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, and many more.
Lucent Technologies, the David Sarnoff Research Center, Bellcore, NEC Research Institute, Siemens Research and other leaders in the advanced technology industries of telecommunications, advanced materials; microelectronics and computer applications are also prevalent in the "Research Corridor."