Researchers at Princeton University's Edge Lab are leading a global effort -- with scientists and business leaders at ARM, Cisco, Dell, Intel and Microsoft -- to develop an important new mobile technology: fog networks.
One researcher at the School of Engineering and Applied Science has been awarded the 2015 New York Academy of Sciences' Blavatnik Regional Award for Young Scientists and a second has been named a finalist.
Emily Carter, the founding director of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University, was awarded last week the 2015-16 Joseph O. Hirschfelder Prize in Theoretical Chemistry, a major honor that previously has been bestowed upon four Nobel Prize winners.
In a collaboration between engineers and geoscientists, Princeton University researchers may have solved a mystery about African grasslands: Why do areas with more frequent episodes of heavy rains have significantly fewer trees than expected?
Technology firms, startups and research laboratories took over Dillon gymnasium Oct. 9, welcoming undergraduates to the first science and technology jobs fair of the academic year. Students in suits and dresses stood in line with resume printouts to talk business with one of the 89 companies on display.
It takes more than just a good idea to begin an entrepreneurial venture, Tom Leighton, a Princeton University alumnus and CEO of the Internet infrastructure company Akamai Technologies, told a Princeton University audience on Oct. 13.
Ten years ago, the founding director of Princeton University's new center for engineering education set a simple goal: "To inject more engineering into the liberal arts and inject more of the liberal arts into engineering."
After over three years of construction, the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment is about to open its doors, ushering in a new phase for the center's goal to develop solutions to ensure our energy and environmental future.
A mysterious vial of mud taken from a New Jersey swamp may end up offering a solution to several obstinate forms of water pollution.
The 'Cool Oculus' and other innovations for improving the comfort of buildings with minimal energy use are featured in a conference and exhibit sponsored jointly by Princeton University's School of Architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science welcomed the 360 members of Princeton University's Class of 2019 who plan to major in engineering. The group, which includes 39 percent women, constitutes 27 percent of the University's freshman class.
In an era of tight budgets, University funds foster unconventional thinking.
Faculty members from several departments with expertise in biology and engineering will hold a day of lectures and discussions to celebrate bioengineering at Princeton on October 2, 2015.
Five Princeton University graduate students in computer science and one in environmental engineering have been awarded prestigious fellowships from the Siebel Scholars Foundation, a program that promotes leadership, academic achievement and the collaborative search for solutions to the world's most critical issues.
Researchers at Princeton and MIT have used computer models to show that severe tropical cyclones could hit a number of coastal cities worldwide that are widely seen as unthreatened by such powerful storms.