- Tuesday, Feb 16, 2021The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has announced the 2021 Sloan Research Fellows. The group includes five Princeton faculty members.
- Tuesday, Feb 9, 2021
“Chemistry plays an important role in addressing many societal challenges. To ensure that future challenges are met, we need the involvement of all of society. It is, therefore, important that we strive for African American participation and success in the entire research, innovation, and entrepreneurship spectrum in the field of chemistry.”
– Rodney D. Priestley
- Tuesday, Jan 26, 2021
The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) announced today that Princeton University has been selected to participate in the next five-year phase of its collaborative research program. Princeton's Anirudha Majumdar, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, will receive support for research on robotics and machine learning.
- Wednesday, Nov 18, 2020
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.
- 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.
- Wednesday, Jul 22, 2020
Clifford Brangwynne, a biophysical engineer who transformed the way scientists see cell biology, has won the 2020 Blavatnik National Award in Life Sciences.
- Thursday, Jul 16, 2020
Water, so ordinary and so essential to life, acts in ways that are quite puzzling to scientists. For example, why is ice less dense than water, floating rather than sinking the way other liquids do when they freeze?
Now a new study provides strong evidence for a controversial theory that at very cold temperatures water can exist in two distinct liquid forms, one being less dense and more structured than the other.
- Wednesday, Jul 15, 2020
When Chris Greig’s time at Princeton as a Gerhard R. Andlinger Visiting Fellow in Energy and the Environment came to a close, he faced a critical juncture in his career.
- Thursday, Jul 2, 2020
Codá Marques is interested in problems in the interface between geometry and analysis. He works in geometry, topology, partial differential equations and Morse theory.
- Wednesday, Jul 1, 2020
Ponce de Leon, who was born in Venezuela, is among 38 naturalized U.S. citizens from 35 countries of origin who will be celebrated for their contributions to American society.