Professor Alain Kornhauser has been working with New Jersey legislators to make the state more welcoming to automated vehicle technology. Proponents want to change regulations to ease its introduction and support companies that are developing the technology.
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.
Researchers at Princeton and in Beijing have used engineering calculations to determine how ancient workers moved an enormous block of stone to the Forbidden City where it became the palace's iconic Large Stone Carving.
Computer scientists have developed a method to cut dramatically the time needed to find patterns in large collections of information such as social networks.
A finding by Princeton engineers now shows gravity imposes a size constraint on cells. The results provide a novel reason why most animal cells are small and of similar size.
Seemingly minor bits of information collected by the National Security Agency, such as the phone numbers that citizens dial, can reveal far more personal information than is commonly believed, Professor Edward Felten told a Senate committee Wednesday.
A team of researchers including scientists at Princeton University has developed a program that allows graphic artists to quickly and easily produce realistic brushstrokes on their computers.
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.
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.
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.
How do bacteria communicate with each other? What do biofilms have in common with skyscrapers? This video features innovative research at the intersection of molecular biology and engineering.
Five members of the Engineering School faculty received the University's highest honors for their accomplishments in teaching and mentoring students.
The sun emerged on cue from a rainy sky June 3 as the Class of 2013 celebrated the achievements of new graduates in this year's Class Day. With 237 graduates, the Class of 2013 is the largest in the history of Princeton engineering.
Claire Gmachl, the Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering, has been appointed vice dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. She will succeed Pablo Debenedetti on July 1, when he assumes his new position as the University's dean for research.