News: Graduate

Thursday, Apr 18, 2019
The Graduate School has awarded honorific fellowships to two students of chemical and biological engineering for the 2019-20 academic year. Four such honorific fellowships were awarded across the University.
Friday, Mar 15, 2019
Consider the humble tire. Sitting outside on a frigid winter day, it’s hard as a stone, yet when spinning under a drag racer, a tire becomes warmly pliable. For everyday materials, from glass to rubber to plastic, these fundamental changes in behavior are determined by the glass transition temperature.
Wednesday, Mar 6, 2019
For the second year in a row, chemical and biological engineering graduate student Katelyn Randazzo and lecturer C. Morris Smith were each recognized with an Excellence in Teaching Award, given by the joint undergraduate and graduate engineering councils.
Wednesday, Nov 28, 2018
First-year graduate student José de Jesús Montaño López has received Mexico's 2018 National Youth Award, the highest honor given by the government to its citizens under 30 years old.
Wednesday, Jun 6, 2018
Most people can name at least a few bones of the human body, but not many know about the cytoskeleton within our cells, let alone the “microtubules” that give it its shape. Now, a group of Princeton researchers has resolved a long-standing controversy by identifying exactly how the body creates these micron-sized filaments.

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