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Connecting art and engineering in Streicker Bridge critique

For his senior thesis project, Kenneth Liew combined concepts from architecture, sociology and engineering to assess whether a new campus bridge succeeds both as a work of art and as a functional structure.

Princeton-led center focuses on the future of computer system design

Princeton engineers are leading a research center that brings together scientists and engineers from multiple universities to determine how to improve the speed, reliability and energy-efficiency of tomorrow's computer systems while reducing their cost.

NSF presents Subhash Khot *03 with Alan T Waterman Award

National Science Foundation award provided $500,000 for 3 years of research in any field of science.

Rodriguez-Iturbe elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe, an environmental engineer and pioneer in the field of ecohydrology, has been elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors in all areas of science.

Forum drives University innovations toward marketplace

The Keller Center's fifth annual Innovation Forum showcased Princeton research that has the potential to spawn new businesses - from improved drug development to more powerful computer chips. Top entries received $40,000 in awards.

The Keller Center: Innovation Forum 2010

Princeton University’s Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education showcased a dozen and a half new technologies during its fourth annual Innovation Forum, held April 8.

Kevrekidis named fellow of industrial and applied math society

Chemical Engineer Yannis Kevrekidis has been named a fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). The society recognized him as a leader in his field "for research contributions in chemical engineering, applied mathematics, and the computational sciences."

Engineers turn noise into vision

Princeton engineers have developed new technique for revealing images of hidden objects may one day allow pilots to peer through fog and doctors to see more precisely into the human body without surgery.

Plastic electronics could slash the cost of solar panels

By producing plastics that are translucent, malleable and able to conduct electricity, researchers have opened the door to broader use of the materials in a wide range of electrical devices.

Art of Science 2010 deadline is April 12

The University is sponsoring an "Art of Science" competition open to all members of the Princeton community with the theme of "energy," broadly defined. Submissions are limited to digital images. Deadline for entries is April 12, 2010.

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