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  • Methane flaring in refinery at night

    NSF awards $6.6M for two highly collaborative projects aimed at a more sustainable future

    The National Science Foundation has awarded $6.6 million to fund two projects led or co-led by Princeton researchers who seek to transform a major greenhouse gas into fuel and to use biologically-inspired materials to greatly reduce waste and improve performance in building construction.

  • Olga Troyanskaya

    Troyanskaya named fellow of Association for Computing Machinery

    Olga Troyanskaya, a professor of computer science and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, has been named a 2020 fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery in recognition of her significant contributions to computational biology and data integration.

  • Logos of Project Pronto and Princeton University

    Princeton partners on $30M grant to advance internet infrastructure

    Princeton University researchers are partners on a major initiative to help shape the next generation of computer networks. The effort, known as Project Pronto, aims to build and test new types of flexible, programmable networks to advance network security, performance and innovation.

  • Artist rendering of biological shapes floating in a clear container

    Lava lamps, living cells: Brangwynne establishes new view of biology

    Maybe it was the late nights staring through a microscope, pondering the materials of cells. Perhaps it was the work-induced hallucinations that followed — the soft, squishy building blocks of life, stuck in his vision, superimposed on the cold and rigid bricks of Boston. Whatever caused it, Clifford Brangwynne saw cells and their structures differently than other scientists, and it would lead him to a major discovery that had been hiding in plain sight.

  • Rene Carmona

    Carmona named fellow of the American Mathematical Society

    René Carmona, professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering, was named a fellow of the American Mathematical Society, one of the highest honors in the field of mathematics.

  • collage of pictures of: an airplane, a parrot, sunflowers, a fish

    Bell Lab Prize honors Princeton team for method to meld privacy and deep learning

    A team of Princeton University researchers was a top finisher in the international 2020 Bell Labs Prize competition, honored for developing a method that may allow computers to learn from data without compromising the privacy of people who furnished the data.

  • Closeup of audio mixing console

    Say again? AI provides the latest word in clearer audio

    A new artificial intelligence method developed in part by researchers at Princeton University can transform low-quality recordings of human speech, approaching the crispness and clarity of a studio-recorded voice.

  • Reed Maxwell

    Reed Maxwell joins the faculty, expanding research in water resources and modeling

    Reed Maxwell, a leader in hydrologic modeling, has joined the Princeton faculty as a professor of civil and environmental engineering and the High Meadows Environmental Institute (HMEI).

  • Windmills

    Big but affordable effort needed for America to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, Princeton study shows

    With a massive, nationwide effort the United States could reach net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050 using existing technology and at costs aligned with historical spending on energy, according to a study led by Princeton University researchers.

  • metasurface device

    Super surfaces use terahertz waves to help bounce wireless communication into the next generation

    Assembling tiny chips into unique programmable surfaces, Princeton researchers have created a key component toward unlocking a communications band that promises to dramatically increase the amount data wireless systems can transmit.