Princeton scientists and engineers pitched their early-stage entrepreneurial ventures at the Keller Center’s third annual Innovation Forum on April 9.

Researchers gave short presentations describing commercially ripe ventures that spring from Princeton’s science and engineering laboratories. Among the new technologies: a new treatment for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, a sun-powered fuel cell, a targeted chemotherapy delivery system, and optimization software that has the potential to aid a wide range of industries, from energy to finance.

The event was sponsored by Princeton’s Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, the Jumpstart New Jersey Angel Network, the University’s Office of Technology Licensing and the law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.

At a reception following the event, forum presenters were on hand to answer questions about their ventures and display posters outlining their work. A full list of researchers and their projects, in order of their presentation, appears here.

Princeton's third annual Innovation Forum

Claire Gmachl, Kale Franz, and Anthony Hoffman

Mario Casabona, Bob Monsour, and James Nuckel

Michael F. Smith and Christian Theriault

Alexandre Mermillod-Blondin describes his research

Warren Powell explanes his research

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