Monday, Aug 30, 2021
Princeton researchers have developed a new way to make fuel from cellulose—Earth's most abundant organic compound, found in all plant cells—speeding up a notoriously slow chemical process and in some cases doubling energy yields over comparable methods.
Thursday, Jul 8, 2021
In June 2021, Princeton's Graduate School conferred the first formally credentialed Graduate Certificates in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE). The new credential spotlights Princeton's leading role in helping computation take center stage across a widening variety of research disciplines.
Wednesday, Jun 16, 2021
The High Meadows Environmental Institute has selected three graduate students in chemical and biological engineering to receive the Mary and Randall Hack ’69 Graduate Awards for Water and the Environment, providing each with up to $10,000 in research funding: Avery Agles, Samuel Moore and Jenna Ott.
Schmidt Science Fellows funds graduate student Kurt Ristroph in pivot from global health to food security
Monday, Jun 14, 2021
The Schmidt Science Fellows named Kurt Ristroph to its 2021 cohort of researchers, providing him with up to two years of training and a $100,000 annual stipend as he turns nanoparticle formulations he developed for global health applications to the growing problem of food security.
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
The Graduate School has honored two students from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering with a 2021 Graduate School Teaching Award. A total of 34 such awards were given this year, with 10 coming from engineering.