Faculty in the News
Princeton chemists discover a key to greener food production .
Princeton University's Paul Chirik and his research team have found the vital first step toward creating fertilizer without generating tons upon tons of carbon dioxide, a major greenhouse gas. Their work could be the key to ending world food scarcity in a carbon-neutral way.
'Less than 1% probability' that Earth’s energy imbalance increase occurred naturally, say Princeton and GFDL scientists .
Earth’s 'energy imbalance' is growing, and there is less than 1% probability that this trend can be explained by natural variations in the climate system, report a team of researchers from Princeton University and the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory.
Projects that blaze new trails in research will receive Dean for Research Innovation funding .
Nine exploratory projects, from an effort to exploit inter-microbial warfare in the search for new antibiotics to the development of artificial intelligence for the transcription of ancient documents, have been selected to receive support through the Dean for Research Innovation Funds.
Summer Reads 2021: What are Princeton professors reading — and listening to — this summer? .
Six Princeton professors talk about how the books on their shelves relate to their research and teaching, and share the books, audio books and podcasts on their summer reading lists.