Princeton faculty to test new Microsoft Station B platform toward goal of boosting production of lifesaving biological therapies.
With lessons learned from computers, Princeton researchers will test the new Microsoft Station B platform to investigate the formation of biofilms — surface-associated communities of bacteria that are the leading cause of microbial infection worldwide.
Alan Krueger, prominent Princeton economist, passes away
Princeton campus mourns victims of New Zealand mosque shootings
Game on: High school students test their classics acumen in Princeton’s competition
William Jacobs, pioneer in plant physiology, dies at 99
DOE extends University PPPL contract
Engineering dean Emily Carter receives top alumni honor from Caltech
President Eisgruber discusses values and priorities in annual ‘State of the University’ letter.
In his third annual letter to faculty, staff and students, President Eisgruber described active efforts to advance top priorities for Princeton University. His letter also discussed broader issues within higher education.
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