Monday, Jan 8, 2018
2017 was a spectacular year for research findings from Princeton University. Check out some of the stories you may have missed.
This story, which involves a contentious lawsuit, showcases the unique power of agricultural waste to not only regenerate a forest but also to sequester a significant amount of carbon at no cost.
A new antibody fights bone metastasis by undermining cancer’s defense strategy and allowing chemotherapy to work.
The technology could one day be used to create anything from next-generation medical sensors and drug delivery devices to tiny lasers and better batteries.
An international consortium has catalogued the genetic variation in 44 human tissue types to help explain the genetic basis of complex diseases.
Is there life beyond Earth in the cosmos? A study raises doubts about the habitability of some recently discovered exoplanets.
The crystals contain atoms and molecules arranged across space and time and are opening up entirely new ways to think about the nature of matter.
The question of how eggs get their shapes is being answered through new software called the "Eggxtractor" that analyzed tens of thousands of egg images.
How much to invest in policies to protect future generations from environmental destruction depends on societal values, a new study suggests.
The same technology that adds fizz to soda can now be used to remove particles from dirty water.
What we can learn from a little alga - and other stories from Discovery: Research at Princeton magazine
Princeton's annual research magazine covers the innovations that have the potential to improve wellbeing and increase our understanding of the world around us.