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VIDEO: Science  & Stone
Cherished monuments, from the Parthenon to Versailles, are under threat from harsh environmental elements such as pollution and acid rain. Professor George Scherer's Materials Research Group at Princeton is developing a technique that will protect limestone and marble monuments and statuary.
VIDEO: Class on German Thin-Shell Structures Yields New Exhibit
Professors Sigrid Adriaenssens and Branko Glisic co-taught a course on German thin-shell structures in the Fall of 2012 that has resulted in a new exhibit, "Evolution of German Shells: Efficiency in Form." The exhibit will be shown at the Friend Center Engineering Library.
Princeton Power-in-a-Box team wins national sustainable design competition
A multidisciplinary team of students designed, built and tested new technology for shipping a sustainable electric power generator to recovering and off-the-grid communities, serving to replace diesel generators.
VIDEO: Onsager Lecture 2011 - Dr. George W. Scherer
The Norwegian University of Science and  Technology (NTNU) is pleased to announce that the Lars Onsager Professorship for 2011 has been awarded to Dr. George W. Scherer, W. L. Knapp Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University.
VIDEO: Green Tour Video of the Streiker Bridge with Professor Branko Glisic
The Office of Sustainabilty at Princeton University released some Green Tour Videos by the Student Environmental Communication Network (SECN). One of the videos was on the Streiker Bridge with Professor Branko Glisic talking about monitoring the structural health of the new bridge.
VIDEO: Smart Mast
YouTube video of a Smart Mast that Professors Sigrid Adriaenssens and Branko Glisic made for the outreach activities at Making Stuff and SEExpo at the Science Expo on April 3, 2011 sponsored by Princeton University.
VIDEO: Global lessons from Princeton's microclimate
Elie Bou-Zeid is mapping the microclimate of Princeton's campus in order to better understand how local environments affect the global climate -- and vice versa.
VIDEO: 'Earth's Last Frontier: The Atmosphere'
Princeton engineering professor Mark Zondlo and his team of researchers are mapping Earth's atmosphere from pole to pole in search of the most comprehensive picture yet of greenhouse gases and how they affect climate.
VIDEO: Princeton's Candela exhibit now on display at MIT
An exhibit on Felix Candela, featuring models and animations by Princeton students, is now on display at the MIT Museum. In this video, Maria Moreyra Garlock describes the structural beauty and simplicity of thin-concrete shell structures built by Candela during the mid 20th century.
VIDEO: Ewaso Water Project, Kenya field work
Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate student Trenton Franz created a video diary on his field research in Kenya as part of the Grand Challenges Program. Franz is a member of an interdisciplinary team working in the Laikipia-Samburu region of central Kenya to better understand the interplay of vegetation, climate, wildlife, livestock and humans on this remote section of the savanna.