A tiny satellite under construction at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) could open new horizons in space exploration. Princeton University students are building the device, a cubic satellite or "CubeSat," as a testbed for a miniaturized rocket thruster with unique capabilities being developed at PPPL.
- Friday, Jul 26, 2019
- Friday, Jul 26, 2019The 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 state will be eligible and invited to participate.
- Tuesday, Jul 23, 2019
- Monday, Jun 24, 2019
Princeton University’s Director of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations Coleen Burrus recently participated in a panel about the New Jersey Innovation Ecosystem at a conference in Helsinki, Finland. Burrus appeared with representatives from Rutgers University; Rowan University; the New Jersey Technology Council; and BioNJ.
- Monday, Jun 10, 2019
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- Tuesday, May 14, 2019
With the goal of making the results of research and scholarship more accessible, Princeton will launch a new service to provide infrastructure and training to University researchers on how best to format and curate data in ways that facilitate long-term storage and discovery.
- Monday, May 13, 2019
An all-Princeton research team has identified bacteria that can detect the speed of flowing fluids.
- Thursday, May 9, 2019
Any attempt to address challenges of the future, from clean energy to a sufficient food supply, must grapple with the issues raised by the planet’s rapidly growing cities, speakers said Monday during a conference at Princeton University.
- Friday, May 3, 2019
In the newest episode of the “She Roars” podcast, Professor Jennifer Rexford, Class of 1991 and chair of Princeton’s computer science department, discusses the computational whirlwind that has transformed almost every walk of life and has even reshaped the fundamentals of a university education since she entered college.