Coleen Burrus, Director of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations, welcomed the announcement of Professor Priestley’s appointment.
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Dean for Research Pablo Debenedetti has been selected to receive the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)'s Alpha Chi Sigma Award for Chemical Engineering Research...
Kayothera, an early-stage therapeutics company and Princeton University spinout, is working to give hope to some of the most vulnerable cancer patients. Now the company’s aspirations are being bolstered by significant seed funding received from the New Jersey Health Foundation (NJHF).
Steven Scott Gubser, a professor of physics at Princeton University and a highly accomplished scholar of string theory and black holes, died as a result of a rock-climbing accident on Saturday, Aug. 3, in Chamonix, France. He was 47 years old. At the time of his death, Gubser was on vacation in Europe with his family.
By Jessica Li '18
First posted on July 22, 2019 by the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
In spring 2018, the surprising discovery of superconductivity in a new material set the scientific community abuzz. Built by layering one carbon sheet atop another and twisting the top one at a "magic" angle, the material enabled electrons to flow without resistance, a trait that could dramatically boost energy efficient power transmission and...
By Molly Seltzer
By the Office of Engineering and Communications
By Catherine Zandonella, Office of...