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Pagels G5, Markwalter G2, and Prud'homme Take First Place at Keller Center's Innovation Forum

At the 12th Annual Innovation Forum, held February 15, Robert Pagels G5, representing a team including fellow CBE student Chester Markwalter G2, as well as their Ph.D. advisor, Professor Robert Prud’homme, took First Prize (and $15,000 in flexible research funding) for a technology to greatly reduce the frequency of therapeutic injections, by consolidating drug-laden nanoparticles into controlled-release microparticles.  Sponsored by the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, the purpose of the Innovation Forum is to showcase Princeton research that offers the potential to be commercialized, with three-minute “elevator pitches” describing each technology and its potential.  Congrats Robby, Chet, and Bob!