Chemists create quantum dots at room temp with lab-designed protein.
Quantum dots are fluorescent nanocrystals used in electronic applications from LED screens to solar panels. Princeton chemists have created a new protein that accelerates their synthesis and makes it more environmentally friendly.
Through the Venture Forward campaign, Princeton is making audacious bets on talent and potential that will have a transformative impact on the future of humanity.
Princeton University Art Museum announces major gift of abstract art and a gift to establish Haskell Education Center
Princeton senior Abdelhamid Arbab wins Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in UK
‘We are so, so diverse’: Our Year of the Tiger series continues with Angel Velasco Shaw
Board approves six faculty appointments
Five Princeton seniors have been named Schwarzman Scholars
Wide range of leaders convene at DeCenter to identify questions facing blockchain technologies
Diversity, equity and inclusion report highlights many ways Princeton is working toward enriching teaching, research and community.
The report summarizes a range of events, programs and initiatives launched during the 2021-22 academic year, and also includes demographic and climate data about students, faculty and staff.
Environmental research at Princeton is addressing the world's challenges.
Research groups across the University are making pivotal contributions across the spectrum of environmental issues. The Princeton Environmental Research portal tracks the full scope of activity arising out of more than a dozen different academic units, from physical, biological and applied sciences to art, architecture, psychology, policy and more.