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Wednesday, Jul 31, 2019

Rodney Priestley, professor of chemical and biological engineering and a leading researcher in the area of complex materials and processing, has been named Princeton University's...

Friday, Jul 26, 2019
The corporate engagement offices of Princeton University; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; New Jersey Institute of Technology; and Stevens Institute of Technology are leading the formation of a working group to explore federal and industry funding for “smart cities” research in New Jersey. Higher education institutions throughout the...
Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019

Princeton University has announced the creation of the Princeton Quantum Initiative to foster research and training across the spectrum from fundamental quantum science to its application in areas such as computing, sensing and communications.

Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019

This summer, the Graduate School embarked on a strategic planning process involving meetings with students and various University stakeholders to assess current professional development programs and resources across campus and to glean ideas that will make professional development an integral part...

Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019

Already collaborators in quantum research, Princeton University and IBM launched a unique program for undergraduates in 2019. The inaugural Quantum Undergraduate Research at IBM and Princeton (QURIP) summer school offered ten students from across the United States the opportunity to engage in both theoretical and experimental research in...

Thursday, Sep 5, 2019

Jo Dunkley, a professor of physics and astrophysical sciences at Princeton, will receive a 2020 New Horizons in Physics Prize.

Monday, Aug 12, 2019

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).

Tuesday, Aug 6, 2019

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.

Tuesday, Aug 6, 2019

By Jessica Li '18

First posted on July 22, 2019 by the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

 

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