Climate in crisis
Advances in reclaiming carbon from wastewater, lithium-ion-battery recycling, innovative building materials and new approaches to urban infrastructures are active areas of research at Princeton. Continue Reading →
By Catherine Zandonella SOCIOLOGIST Yu Xie is the director of Princeton’s Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China, which aims to conduct research on Chinese society through an interdisciplinary approach. ON A VISIT TO CHINA in Continue Reading →
Princeton has established strategic partnerships with the University of Tokyo, the University of São Paulo and Humboldt University in Berlin. The agreements expand upon the many institutional partnerships already in place including faculty fellowships, student Continue Reading →
New technologies that exploit quantum behavior for computing and other applications are closer than ever to being realized due to recent advances. These advances could enable the creation of immensely powerful computers as well as Continue Reading →
Architects, engineers and other scholars gathered in February in Shanghai for the inaugural Princeton-Fung Global Forum to discuss population growth, social trends, climate change and other factors determining “The Future of the City.” A $10 Continue Reading →
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