Princeton University has launched a redesigned main website that features improved search capabilities, streamlined navigation and greater emphasis on photos and videos. Its flexible format adjusts to screens of all sizes.
From Aristotle explained through the lens of a soccer match to a technique for measuring a human's heart rate by using a webcam, the second annual Princeton Research Day served up a day full of intriguing findings from across the University.
Princeton to honor four outstanding New Jersey secondary school teachers
New model helps predict regional and seasonal sea ice extent
Nitrogen contained in coral provides evidence of human impact on the open ocean
Alumnus Lloyd Cotsen, emeritus trustee and 'transformative' benefactor, dies at 88
Eight students named 2017 Spirit of Princeton winners
'New England Bound': Warren explores colonialism and slavery
The leader in the emerging field of using light to perform feats of chemistry is David MacMillan, who arrived in Princeton's chemistry department in 2006. He was intrigued by the potential for using light to coax new chemical reactions. Like most chemists, he’d spent years learning the rules that govern the interactions of elements such as carbon, oxygen and hydrogen, and then using those rules to fashion new molecules. Could light help change these rules and catalyze reactions that have resisted previous attempts at manipulation?
Learning through the camera lens: International Eye photo contest captures student perspectives abroad
For the ninth year, the International Eye Photo Contest has provided an opportunity for students to share their experiences studying, working, doing service or conducting research abroad.