Alumni in the News
Princeton scientists bioengineer a cellular speedometer .
An all-Princeton research team has identified bacteria that can detect the speed of flowing fluids. Their paper appears in Nature Microbiology.
Ready, Set, Save: Students learn money how-tos at inaugural Financial Literacy Day .
Princeton University held its inaugural Financial Literacy Day on May 7 to ready students for the real-world money issues they'll face after graduating.
Jennifer Rexford talks to ‘She Roars’ podcast about partnering with Google and computer science’s revolution .
Chair of the computer science department Jennifer Rexford reflects on the feeding frenzy for top computational talent, partnering with Google, and the benfits of university work.