Results of tests conducted in China could mark a key step in the worldwide effort to develop fusion as a clean and abundant source of energy for generating electricity.
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Researchers at Princeton University and in Beijing have used engineering calculations to study how an enormous block of stone was transported 43 miles by sliding it on a track of wet ice.
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.
A six semester forum for faculty and students to promote discussion and support new work is planned for fall 2014, with the following tentative themes: American places, infrastructure, crowds, home, property, and design and plan.
A Princeton-led team has found that even if carbon dioxide emissions came to a sudden halt, the carbon dioxide already in Earth's atmosphere could continue to warm our planet for hundreds of years.
The Future of Children – a collaboration between the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and the Brookings Institution – has released the first comprehensive report since 9/11 to uncover what we know and don't know about military children and their families.
Studies show Amazon deforestation could result in water and food shortages in the western United States.
Narrow stripes of dirt and rock at the base of a glacier may play an important role in buffering the effects of a warming climate.
Report highlights role of Princeton's federally funded research in driving innovation and economic growth
Current funding environment could jeopardize future university research and economic growth.
Princeton scientists discover that identifying patterns in data can be a solution to data overload.