Graduate student Vikram Pansare took top honors at the Keller Center's 9th annual Innovation Forum, Feb. 26, with his pitch for producing a "Janus particle" capable of driving advances in pharmaceuticals, electronics, oil exploration and other fields.
Mung Chiang, a noted researcher in communications networks who also is an entrepreneur and a leader in online education, has been appointed director of Princeton University's Keller Center, effective March 31.
Business leaders and Princeton University scientists gathered for a daylong meeting November 15 to explore solutions to problems of energy and the environment, including adapting to climate change, evolving the electric grid and enabling greener construction.
More than 800 Princeton University students had the opportunity to meet with nearly 100 potential employers at the Science and Technology Job Fair on October 11, 2013.
The timeless rite of professor and students gathering to pass along and debate knowledge remains at the core of the Princeton experience. Yet the classroom is far from static.
The sky was overcast but the atmosphere on the Friend Center lawn was sunny on Sept. 9 as Dean H. Vincent Poor welcomed the engineering school class of 2017 to Princeton.
Cara de Freitas Bart’s favorite part of class is not spent in the lecture hall or the lab, but in the field, helping to assemble a wind turbine or checking the wiring of a solar panel.
The Princeton chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-PU) travels to La Pitajaya, Peru, to construct the first phase of a potable water system.
A team of Princeton Engineering students is developing an easy-to-use database that will put information about buildings and fire conditions at fire chiefs' fingertips.
Nine eLab teams pitched their startup plans during a well-attended Demo Day sponsored by the Keller Center.
Two Princeton University researchers who spent four years developing a microscope lens that focuses in response to sound waves now have a company with a customer base spanning from Japan to Germany.
The U.S. electric utility industry faces a critical juncture as new technology and declining prices allow a more "distributed" system of small-scale generators, renewable energy installations and energy efficiency strategies, according to a group of high-level energy industry executives and regulators who met at Princeton University.
In the last year, undergrads at Princeton Engineering have published research on the immune system, helped craft an archeological exhibit, won a U.S. contest for sustainable technology and launched entrepreneurial ventures - all part of the story of engineering at Princeton.
Most term papers are evaluated by one or two people, but Carlee Joe-Wong's will be checked by hundreds. The paper, completed in 2010, has evolved into a research project involving wireless operators like AT&T and 1,000 participating wireless customers
Hisashi Kobayashi, former dean and emeritus professor of electrical engineering, received the 2012 C&C (Computer and Communications) Prize for his seminal role in advancing the storage of digital information, a key part of the computer revolution.