Results from neutrino experiments in China by international team enable search for antimatter
Archive – March 2012
New collaboration to study plasma physics.
Mung Chiang, an electrical engineering professor at Princeton, has been awarded the 2012 Kiyo Tomiyasu Award by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Research that enhances the fundamental understanding of natural climate variability and human influence on climate.
Movie tweets don't tell the whole story, Princeton researchers find. As reported in Technology Review's arXiv Blog.
Twitter traffic on movies doesn't predict box office success, found Felix Ming Fai Wong, a graduate student in Mung Chiang's lab at Princeton University
The device can heat a spot of foil to 30,000 degrees Centigrade in less than a billionth of a second.
Elusive kSZ effect found, could provide insight on dark energy and dark matter.
With an emphasis on quantitative approaches, the Bendheim Center for Finance attracts the world’s leading experts in finance from academia, government and the private sector.
Princeton neuroscientists followed the brain activity of mice as they navigated a virtual reality maze, uncovering new information about the neurons involved in making memories.
Students meet with faculty members in physics and integrative genomics
With a focus on health and wellbeing, exploring how public policies can influence health and quality of life, and training future leaders in health and health policy.
The 7th Annual Innovation Forum showcased eight exciting concepts for novel products or start-up companies.
Spanning the traditional disciplines of science and engineering, PRISM brings together academia and industry to advance material science research and educate the next generation of leaders.
A Princeton University-led research team raises questions about how tropical forests might respond if they were to become exposed to additional nitrogen through water and air pollution.