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Princeton researchers come up with nearly 100 new discoveries of commercial potential each year. The inventors and their discoveries were highlighted a the University's annual event, Celebrate Princeton Invention.
The Princeton University Board of Trustees has approved the appointments of one full professor and two assistant professors.
A school in Harlem is seeing positive outcomes that stretch beyond test scores – including higher college-acceptance rates and lower incidences of teen pregnancy and incarceration, according to a Princeton-Harvard University study.
The annual Princeton Research Symposium is aimed at giving early-career researchers the opportunity to give talks and poster presentations geared toward a general audience.
Alison Stewart, Catherine Bracy and Jeffrey Tignor – Identifying the Next Diverse Generation of Computer Scientists and Technology Entrepreneurs
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment is dedicated to environmental protection and conservation, the study of sustainable energy, and tackling the issues related to our use of non-renewable fuels.
The Princeton Center for Theoretical Science is dedicated to exploring the frontiers of theory in the natural sciences.
GIRI, (Grinding, Imaging and Reconstruction Instrument): A new facility uncovers the planetary past hidden in rocks
The centerpiece of the new Princeton Grinder Lab, known as GIRI, (Grinding, Imaging and Reconstruction Instrument) is a fully automated rock grinder equipped with a high resolution camera. GIRI is able to create 3-D models from photos, allowing scientists to examine the inner features of rocks, including tiny fossils and ancient life forms.