Howard A. Stone studies problems of engineering, physics and chemistry in the field of fluid mechanics. “Fluid mechanics is cool because it occurs everywhere around you,” Stone says.
Archive – November 2011
Conventional wisdom would say that blocking a hole would prevent light from going through it, but Princeton University engineers have discovered the opposite to be true. A research team has found that placing a metal cap over a small hole in a metal film does not stop the light at all, but rather enhances its transmission.
Students in the freshman seminar "Global Environmental Change: Science, Technology and Policy" addresses the issue of climate and sustainability through the lens of many disciplines.
The University's fifth "Art of Science" competition will open at a wine-and-cheese reception November 11 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Friend Center, where images selected from the competition will remain on display for a year. The event is free and open to the public.