Princeton University’s new biodigester makes food scraps sustainable .
Approximately 50 staff, faculty, students and local officials gathered on Jan. 8 to mark the installation of a new biodigester on Princeton's campus. Come spring, compost produced by the biodigester will be tested as a natural soil improvement on University lawns.
MLK Day program to be held at Arts Council of Princeton.
Princeton University will join with community organizations on Monday, Jan. 21, to support the Arts Council of Princeton’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day community event. The free program includes live music, interactive workshops and discussions relating to King’s life, teachings and civic engagement. Tracy K. Smith, U.S. poet laureate and Princeton faculty member, and Rev. Lukata Mjumbe will speak.
Princeton delegation to spotlight diversity and inclusion, innovation, bioengineering at World Economic Forum in Davos
PEI Urban Challenges awards $509,000 to new urban sustainability projects
Ethics course explores risk and responsibility in engineering
Herman Ermolaev, ‘one of the foremost scholars of Soviet literature,’ dies at 94
Sewers could help clean the atmosphere
Machine learning could reduce testing, improve treatment for intensive care patients
Andlinger Center Speaks: U.S. carbon dioxide emissions rise by 3.4 percent.
Increased electricity demand and economic growth are among the contributing factors to the rise in carbon emissions of 3.4 percent in the past year. Experts Judi Greenwald, Eric Larson and Michael Oppenheimer at Princeton's Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment discussed the trend.
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