WHYY Science Reporter Alan Yu followed up with a story explaining how Princeton research wound up in the new iPhoneX. The answer is, "via UDC."
New Jersey Assembly Committee on Science, Technology and Innovation
"New Jersey Research Asset Database" Will Facilitate Academic and Industry Collaborations
Princeton University has taken a leadership role in New Jersey's adoption and implementation of a new tool to help build research collaborations.
“We see ourselves as the gateway for companies if they want to engage with the university."
In advance of her January 17, 2018 talk to the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, CEFR Director Coleen Burrus was interviewed by U.S. 1, a weekly business and entertainment newspaper in the Princeton, NJ area.
Three Princeton University astrophysicists, Norman Jarosik, Lyman Page Jr., and David N. Spergel, are among the winners of the 2018 Breakthrough Prizes. These annual awards, sponsored by Sergey Brin, Yuri and Julia Milner, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan, Anne Wojcicki, and Pony Ma, recognize top achievements in Life Sciences, Fundamental Physics and Mathematics.
Our Foundation Relations team was delighted to work with Professor Sandra Berman on a successful application to the Andrew T. Mellon Foundation in support of a Sawyer Seminar on the Comparative Study of Cultures. Titled “Global Migration: The Humanities and Social Sciences in Dialogue," the program will take place in the 2018-2019 academic year.
Princeton University and Cisco will co-host the Spring 2018 meeting of the University Industry Demonstration Partnership. The event will be held from April16-19, 2018 at Cisco's facility in San Jose, CA. Princeton's Office of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations is leading the effort for Princeton.
Anastasia Daifotis ’82 will share a lookback on her career when she presents “MENTORS AND DETOURS: CAREER LESSONS AFTER 25 YEARS IN PHARMA AND BIOTECH.” This installation in the Gilbert Lecture Series will be held on Thursday, October 26 in Thomas Laboratory 003 from 4-5pm and is free and open to the university community and the public.
On October 25, representatives from industry, the Simons Foundation, BioNJ, Rutgers and Princeton University—all stakeholders in the advancement of biomedical data science--will gather on campus to explore common research interests and consider formation of a regional biomedical data science community.
The John Templeton Foundation recently featured some of the work of Herschel A. Rabitz, the Charles Phelps Smyth Professor of Chemistry, on their website and in their newsletter. Templeton has contributed support toward this aspect of Rabitz’s work for the past several years.