After several years of planning and more than a year of construction, Princeton University's High-Performance Computing Research Center opened its doors this week. The facility gives researchers on campus new capacity to tackle some of the world's most complex scientific challenges.
Archive – November 2011
Researchers report this month in the journal Science a technique using robotics to perform more than 1,000 chemical reactions a day with molecules never before combined. In a single day of trials, the Princeton researchers discovered a shortcut for producing pharmaceutical-like compounds that shaves weeks off the traditional process.
University research can yield societal benefits while creating opportunities for growth.
Graphene-based technologies developed by Princeton University scientists are generating buzz and business.
Organic light-emitting materials are common in today's smart phones, an example of the rapid transition from basic discovery to commercial application.
Science deans and educators from universities and colleges around the state came to Princeton University to discuss ways to revive the state's economy and create jobs through programs in science, technology, engineering and math.