Studies show that in the South, it is likely that when an election became close enough, black campaigns could "out-mobilize their opponents and win" by invigorating the African-American electorate.
Princeton researchers push through the challenging conditions in the Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica because they want to learn more about the waters at the bottom of the globe, which have a significant impact on the Earth’s ecosystems and climate.
Noted Princeton University physicist Philip Anderson celebrated his 90th birthday at a weekend workshop devoted to an illustrious career that included a Nobel Prize and contributions to understanding the fundamental nature of materials.
Princeton sociologist Douglas Massey, shown above in Mount Laurel, N.J., examined the impact of building an affordable-housing development in an upscale suburb.
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.
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.
The Princeton University Board of Trustees has approved the appointments of one full professor and two assistant professors.
Cuban-born Princeton Professor Miguel Centeno has launched a research community on global systemic risk that looks to understand “the plumbing of globalization” and the potential for catastrophic failure when networks are linked. The three-year research community (AY 2014–16) is funded and administered by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.
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.
Carlos Brody describes his research on how the brain makes decisions.
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.