Princeton computer scientists have developed a new way of tracing the origins and spread of ideas, a technique that could make it easier to gauge the influence of notable scholarly papers, buzz-generating news stories and other information sources.
Archive – October 2010
Princeton engineers have developed a sensor that may revolutionize how drugs and medical devices are tested for contamination, and in the process help ensure the survival of two species of threatened animals.
What exactly are polymers, anyway? With the help of local New Jersey middle school students, Princeton faculty and graduate students give a hands-on explanation of these long-chain molecules (found in clothing, food, DNA, and silly putty among other places).
Princeton's 2010 Science and Technology Job Fair attracted 70 employers, from government agencies to Web startups.
Teradyne, a supplier of automatic test equipment, announced in August that Lt. General Daniel W. Christman (Ret.) was elected to its board of directors