Princeton University will play a major leadership role in a new multi-institution center for the advancement of quantum science research Continue Reading →
Researchers at Princeton have found a “recycler” protein that helps prevent cancer from spreading. Continue Reading →
A systematic way to identify bacterial defense mechanisms could uncover new drugs, including ones that could help fight the novel coronavirus. Continue Reading →
The quest to develop a safe, clean and virtually limitless source of energy for the future has brought the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) into partnership with private companies. PPPL has teamed with ﬁve technology companies in the United States, Canada and Great Britain to unlock the potential of fusion, the process that powers the sun and stars, to meet humanity’s ever-growing electricity needs. Continue Reading →
researchers have found that ordinary conversation creates a conical, “jet-like” airﬂow that carries a spray of tiny droplets from a speaker’s mouth across meters of an interior space.
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Mapping Eastern Europe in the 13th–17th Centuries offers simple and intuitive engagement with the art and history of the culturally rich, yet often enigmatic and neglected, territories of the Balkan Peninsula, the Carpathian Mountains and early modern Russia. Continue Reading →
Lauren von Berg, Class of 2020, is ﬁrst author of a peer-reviewed paper studying the role of Antarctic sea ice in regulating the growth of the tiny algae known as phytoplankton. Continue Reading →