Thursday, Jan 11, 2018
Congrats to Bob Prud'homme and his group for their work in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Monday, Dec 4, 2017
At the 2017 American Physical Society (APS) Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting in Denver, Pierre-Thomas Bruns group has been awarded the Milton van Dyke award for its submission at the Gallery of Fluid Motion.
Thursday, Nov 16, 2017
Jessica Lembong *09 an associate partner at McKinsey&Company is making the news with her work on Indonesian health are system on tackling Indonesia’s diabetes challenge.
Monday, Oct 23, 2017
A discovery by Princeton University scientists demonstrates that humans don’t have the monopoly on building the world’s tiniest machines. The researchers found a lasso-shaped bacterial molecule capable of altering its configuration when exposed to heat, a shape-changing ability akin to that used to operate certain synthetic molecular machines.
Monday, Oct 9, 2017

A collaborative project by the Stanislav Y. Shvartsman, Yannis G. Kevrekidis, and Amit Singer (MATH) groups established a new approach to data fusion in studies of embryogenesis and used it to reconstruct multivariable dynamics of a patterning cascade in the...

Friday, Sep 29, 2017
Congratulations to Sally Jiao, CBE Class of 2018, who received the Class of 1939 Princeton Scholar Award
Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017
Two CBE alumni — Ruth Misener *12 and Cole DeForest ’06 — made it to the AIChE 35 Under 35 list. This award acknowledges the achievements of some of AIChE’s youngest members.
Thursday, Jul 6, 2017
Dr. Ruth Misener *12, currently a lecturer and Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London, received the Sir George Macfarlane Medal for excellence in the early stage of her career and a "Young Engineer of the Year” award, both awarded by the U.K. Royal Academy of Engineering.
Friday, Jun 30, 2017
In a paper published June 30 in Nature Energy, Yueh-Lin (Lynn) Loo and her co-workers describe how they used organic semiconductors for constructing solar cells that are transparent but can be tinted to block 80% of the light under their own power.
Thursday, Jun 29, 2017
In a paper published June 26, 2017 in Nature Chemistry, Clifford P. Brangwynne and his co-workers have described the formation of liquid droplets forming inside living cells.

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