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Engineering and artificial intelligence combine to safeguard COVID-19 patients .
Princeton engineers applied artificial intelligence to the task of monitoring and adjusting ventilators for COVID-19 patients, with the goal of easing the burden on medical workers and allowing ventilators to be deployed in areas with staffing shortages.
Chirik discovers “transformative” route to recyclable plastics .
Princeton researchers led by Paul Chirik have discovered a potentially game-changing new molecule with vast implications for making plastics that are truly recyclable. The molecule can be “zipped up” to make a new polymer for use in plastic, and then unzipped — depolymerized — back to its pristine state, ready to be used again.
Princeton Playbook public health campaign aims to limit spread of COVID-19 on campus .
The University's new public health campaign focuses on four principles or “plays”— Prepare, Protect, Participate and Persist — to help limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in the community.
Middle Ages for Educators website brings Princeton scholarship to an international audience .
Princeton's Program in Medieval Studies and the Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity have launched a new website, Middle Ages for Educators, aimed at high school and college students and educators worldwide.