Bioengineering

  • Princeton team discovers new organelle involved in cancer metastasis

    Tuesday, Mar 9, 2021
    by Liz Fuller-Wright, Office of Communications

    Some of Princeton’s leading cancer researchers were startled to discover that what they thought was a straightforward investigation into how cancer spreads through the body — metastasis — turned up evidence of liquid-liquid phase separations: the new field of biology research that investigates how liquid blobs of living materials merge into each other, similar to the movements seen in a lava lamp or in liquid mercury.

  • Electrical Engineering updates name to "Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering"

    Tuesday, Feb 2, 2021
    by Scott Lyon, Office of Engineering Communications

    Name change more accurately reflects the department's range and impact in computer and information technologies

    In a change highlighting Princeton's broad investment in computer and information technologies, the former Department of Electrical Engineering has become the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). The new name won unanimous support at the Feb. 1 monthly meeting of the University Faculty.

  • Cliff Brangwynne upends tradition to establish a new view of biology

    Monday, Jan 25, 2021
    by Jerimiah Oetting, for the Office of the Dean for Research

    Cliff Brangwynne was seeing cells in the sidewalk again.

    It was another long day in the lab at Harvard Medical School, where Brangwynne would often work late nights, staring at cells. Sometimes he spent so much time staring at cells through the microscope that the cells would follow him home, their shapes imprinted on his vision. Walking late at night, he’d see them dancing over the buildings and the empty streets and sidewalks.

  • Faculty members named to endowed professorships

    Wednesday, Nov 25, 2020
    by by the Office of Communications

    Five members of the Princeton faculty have been named to endowed professorships, effective Dec. 1.

    Wallace D. Best, the Hughes-Rogers Professor of Religion and African American Studies

    Clifford P. Brangwynne, the June K. Wu ’92 Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

    Celeste M. Nelson, the Wilke Family Professor in Bioengineering and Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

  • Clifford Brangwynne to lead Princeton Bioengineering Initiative

    Wednesday, Nov 18, 2020
    by Steven Schultz, Office of Engineering Communications

    Clifford Brangwynne, professor of chemical and biological engineering, has been appointed the inaugural director of the Princeton Bioengineering Initiative. This initiative will support and expand the bioengineering activities already underway at the University, and ignite new directions in research, education and innovation at the intersection of the life sciences and engineering.

  • A Year of Forward Thinking kicks off virtual Forward Fest public conversation series with faculty experts and alumni

    Tuesday, Oct 20, 2020
    by Jamie Saxon, Office of Communications

    The first Forward Fest Oct. 23-24 will focus on public health, justice and the 2020 election.

    2020 has been a year full of questions. And often, not a lot of answers.

    Princeton University’s A Year of Forward Thinking community engagement campaign is celebrating the art of the question — and how the University’s “forward thinkers” are using research, analysis and scholarship to develop bold thinking for the future.

  • Princeton Announces Engage 2020, New Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference

    Wednesday, Oct 14, 2020

    The mission of Princeton University will be brought to life in a new way through Engage 2020, the inaugural innovation and entrepreneurship conference scheduled for November 4-6, 2020. Presented by the Princeton innovation and entrepreneurship team and its campus partners, Engage 2020 will offer more than 50 live, online sessions of relevance to academia, business and industry, Princeton alumni, entrepreneurs, investors, foundations and the intellectually curious.

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