David Botstein, Princeton's Anthony B. Evnin '62 Professor of Genomics, professor of moleculary biology and director of the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, was one of six researchers recently named 2012 Dan David Prize Laureates.
Research News Features
Archive – February 2012
Princeton University-based researchers have found that a "universal" vaccine could for the first time allow for the effective, wide-scale prevention of flu by limiting the influenza virus' ability to spread and mutate.
Princeton's Edgar Choueiri and his team seek to create a 3-D sound experience so realistic that it could revolutionize entertainment.
Educating leaders for a technology-driven society
A study led by researchers at Princeton University has yielded insights into how liquid spreads along flexible fibers, which could allow for increased efficiency in various industrial applications.
John Lettow '95, president of Vorbeck Inc., worked with Princeton professor Ilhan Aksay on graphene research.
Researchers find that allowing cattle to graze on the same land as wild animals can result in healthier, meatier bovines by enhancing the cows' diet. The findings suggest a new approach to raising cattle that could help spare wildlife.
Hurricanes and tropical storms could become far more common in low-lying coastal areas, according to a new study by researchers from Princeton University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The Chirik Group, in collaboration with Momentive Performance Materials Inc., has developed a new iron hydrosilylation technology that is featured in the February 3, 2012 issue of Science magazine article.
Dedicated to improving children's lives, the Center focuses on research and policy in fields such as education, child health, economic insecurity and neighborhood quality.
New method of making silicone-based surfactants, work led by Princeton chemist Paul Chirik, is published in Science and written up in C&E News
Climate change linked to increased risk of storm surges, Princeton and MIT researchers find, as reported in the Boston Globe
The Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics is dedicated to an interdisciplinary approach to the study of modern biology.
Vorbeck Materials, a startup company founded on discoveries made at Princeton University, has been named as one of three winning startup companies in the U.S. Department of Energy's America’s Next Top Energy Innovator Challenge.
Long-sought solar neutrino spotted by team including Princeton's Frank Calaprice and Cristiano Galbiati, reports Science News
At Princeton, high-performance computing resources are available to researchers from all academic departments and disciplines.
Five Princeton faculty teams are the new recipients of support from a University fund designed to help propel promising discoveries out of the laboratory into products and technologies that can benefit society.