University Research News
Princeton's IP Accelerator Fund supports six innovations with potential for societal impact .
Six research-stage technologies with promise to benefit society as future products or services have been selected to receive funding through Princeton University's Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund.
Under pressure: Forces from fluid in the developing lung play an essential role in organ development .
A recent study by Princeton researchers discovered that fluid pressure felt by embryonic lungs helps control the rate of development of the organ.
Cybercrime stopper: An undergraduate’s project protects against internet theft .
Princeton computer science major Henry Birge-Lee is part of a research team that has pioneered a protection against potential cyberattacks that a major internet security firm has already begun rolling out.
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