Slimy, hard-to-clean bacterial mats called biofilms cause problems ranging from medical infections to clogged drains and fouled industrial equipment. Now, researchers at Princeton have found a way to cleanly and completely peel off these notorious sludges.
- Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018
- Tuesday, Nov 13, 2018
Researchers at Princeton and MIT have found a way to save big on power consumption for data centers while making a key electronic component much smaller.
- Friday, Oct 26, 2018
It’s often easy to imagine balloons soaring or butterflies fluttering across a still image, but realizing this vision through computer animation is easier said than done. Now, a team of researchers has developed a new tool that makes animating such images much simpler.
- Monday, Oct 22, 2018
In an initiative to boost collaborations on subjects too new to fit into existing departments and centers, the School of Engineering and Applied Science has created a program to fund small, cross-disciplinary groups of researchers called Focused Research Teams.
- Thursday, Aug 2, 2018
The internet gives people worldwide access to applications and services, but in many cases, internet traffic passes through a few dominant countries, according to new research from Princeton University.
- Thursday, Jul 5, 2018
Diamonds are prized for their purity, but their flaws might hold the key to a new type of highly secure communications.
- Tuesday, Nov 21, 2017An international team of Princeton and other researchers has made advances in organic semiconductors, a class of materials prized for their applications in emerging technologies such as flexible electronics, solar energy conversion and color displays for smartphones and televisions.
- Thursday, Nov 30, 2017The Spherical Motion Average Radiant Temperature (SMART) sensor designed by Princeton Assistant Professor Forrest Meggers and his team is a simple, cost-effective device that can quickly and accurately measure the surface temperature at multiple locations in a room, creating a three-dimensional picture of the radiant heat and cooling sources.
- Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017When tiny strands of flexible material are forced through a syringe, they produce a highly useful material known as a hydrogel. These injectable hydrogels are similar to living tissues.