Faculty in the News
Princeton marks 100 years of ROTC on campus during Veterans Day program .
Nearly 200 alumni, students, faculty, staff and guests, including distinguished officers from five military branches, spent Nov. 11 on campus to commemorate Princeton’s century-long Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program.
Nuclear warheads? This robot can find them .
A robot developed by the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and Princeton University has shown it can detect neutrons that indicate the presence of nuclear warheads. A swarm of these bots can carry out inspection tasks in different types of facilities, and can help with disarmament treaties.
Fighting to protect Dreamers: Why Microsoft and Princeton University are taking their case to the Supreme Court .
An op-ed by Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber and Microsoft Corp. President Brad Smith on why Microsoft and Princeton University are taking their case to the Supreme Court to protect Dreamers was published in a TIME Ideas column this week. On Nov. 12, the Supreme Court hears cases related to DACA.
Study of African animals illuminates links between environment, diet and gut microbiome .
New research analyzing the diets and microbiomes of 33 large-herbivore species in Kenya yields surprising findings about the interplay between animal evolution, behavior and the gut microbiome.