University Research News
New engineering and environmental studies facilities will support innovative research that benefits society .
The University plans to build a new home for Environmental Studies (ES) and the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS). The four buildings will create a new ES + SEAS neighborhood carefully integrated into the surrounding landscape with strong connections to outdoor spaces.
Satellite in sun’s backyard unravels the origins of interplanetary dust .
Scientists using data from NASA’s Parker Solar Probe have assembled the most complete picture yet of the inner structure and behavior of the large cloud of space dust that swirls throughout the solar system. The new insight offers clues to similar clouds around stars throughout the universe.
New Princeton partnership pairs students with mentors to tackle complex climate challenges .
Princeton University’s Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment and the High Meadows Environmental Institute pair students and researchers to work on solutions to today’s most-pressing environmental issues.
New regional Princeton-led innovation hub to accelerate tech, enhance diversity in entrepreneurship>
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