ROI-NJ: Princeton expands boundaries of already world-renowned research

In an interview with ROI-NJ, Princeton University Dean for Research Pablo Debenedetti stressed the need for stable federal funding for research; detailed the rising level of corporate funding for Princeton research and the University's expanding engagement with companies, including in New Jersey; and underlined the University's support for developing the innovation ecosystem in its home state. Dean Debenedetti also highlighted research areas of focus for Princeton: bioengineering; computational biology; energy and the environment; and the intersection of computer science and policy. Read the article.

 

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