Five inventions with the potential for societal benefit and commercial applications have been awarded support through Princeton's Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund, which aims to help promising technologies bridge the gap between the laboratory and the marketplace.
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"Introduction to Entrepreneurship" — a class taught for the first time this semester is open to students from all disciplines and allows undergraduates to work with a team of successful entrepreneurs.
The successful January 1st launch signaled the beginning of a roughly 20-day mission above the continent of Antarctica for SPIDER, a telescope designed to investigate the origin of the universe.
A definitive geological timeline shows that a series of massive volcanic explosions 66 million years ago spewed enormous amounts of climate-altering gases into the atmosphere immediately before and during the extinction event that claimed Earth's non-avian dinosaurs, according to new research from Princeton University.
As part of a project demonstrating new 3-D printing techniques, Princeton researchers have embedded tiny light-emitting diodes into a standard contact lens, allowing the device to project beams of colored light.
The Mogao Caves in the desert of northwest China tell a story of art and Buddhism that began more than 1,500 years ago.
Princeton researchers are strongly motivated to apply their discoveries to solving real-world problems.
Celebrate Princeton Invention event honors Princeton faculty, staff and students whose research has the potential to improve lives and benefit society.
The newly named Sulawesi streaked flycatcher, distinguished by its mottled throat and short wings, was found in the forested lowlands of Sulawesi where it had last been observed.
Pseudomonas is the first pathogen found to initiate infection after merely attaching to the surface of a host.