Chemical and biological engineering addresses a range of problems in human health, energy, materials science, and industrial processes. Areas of excellence at Princeton include: applied and computational mathematics, bioengineering, environmental and energy science and technology, materials synthesis and processing, process engineering and science, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, and transport phenomena.

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  • October 03

    3:00 pm

    SMatCH – Building Cytoskeletal Circuits via Branched Microtubule Networks

  • October 03

    3:00 pm

    SMatCH – Hyperuniformity of Maximally Random Jammed Packings of Hyperspheres Across Spatial Dimensions

  • October 11

    4:00 pm

    Multiscale Control of Dynamic Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications

  • October 12

    3:00 pm

    Bacterial Chemotaxis

  • October 31

    3:00 pm

    O-JAWS (Oscillating Jet Assisted Wet Spinning): A Structured Microfiber Production Methodology

  • October 31

    3:00 pm

    Morphodynamics of Growing Multispecies Microbial Colonies