Eviction Lab examines the intersection of poverty and housing

By Liz Fuller-Wright How many Americans are forced to leave their homes each year? When Matthew Desmond began investigating evictions in America, it was impossible to answer that question. “Imagine if we didn’t know how Continue Reading →

Engine of cosmic evolution: Eve Ostriker looks under the hood

By Catherine Zandonella Outside Eve Ostriker’s office door stretches the universe, dotted with orange galaxies against the black backdrop of space. The mural lines the hallway in Princeton’s astrophysical sciences building, where it inspires Ostriker Continue Reading →

New supercomputer bolsters research

By Melissa Moss Princeton’s newest supercomputer, known as TIGER after the University’s mascot, began operating this May with nearly six times the computing power of its predecessor. The TIGER computing cluster, located in Princeton’s 47,000-square-foot Continue Reading →