Prof. Barry Rand has been selected to receive a 3M Nontenured Faculty Award. Rand was recognized for his study of the optical and electrical properties of ultrasmall metal nanoclusters (diameters less than 2 nm) that act as emitters within thin film light emitting devices.
The award is administered by 3M’s Research and Development Community in partnership with 3M’s Corporate Giving Program. For more than 25 years, the program has recogni
Sensing Skins, from Molecules to Smart Cities: A Joint Collaboration Between Princeton and Tokyo Workshop
On March 10-13, 2014, PRISM Director James C. Sturm welcomed Prof. Takao Someya and thirteen faculty and students from the University of Tokyo for the first Sensing Skins, from Molecules to Smart Cities: A Joint Collaboration Between Princeton and Tokyo Workshop. The workshop in Princeton was led by Sigurd Wagner and Jim Sturm.
The workshop is part of the Princeton Strategic Partnership, a formal collaboration focusing on large-area electronics as part of an award from the Princeton Univers
PRISM faculty members Prud'homme and Priestley wins first place at the ninth annual Innovation Forum
PRISM faculty and PPS-OC lead faculty member Austin awarded the 2014 Max Delbruck Prize in Biological Physics from the American Physical Society (APS)
PRISM faculty and PPS-OC researcher Torquato reveals a new exotic state of matter in avian photoreceptors
PRISM faculty member Priestley receives 2013 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
PCCM's fifth annual holiday science lecture delivers a mix of hard science and silly fun to the Princeton community