This issue of @princeton.edu shares stories of University contributions to our local communities and the state; University researchers seeking to tackle challenges in testing, treatment and contact tracing; and staff working around the clock to serve the needs of students who needed to remain on campus.
This issue of @princeton.edu features a number of new discoveries by Princeton faculty and students. Through these stories, we hope to share the potential of research and innovation at Princeton to improve lives and benefit society.
In this issue of "@princeton.edu" looks at several ways in which the University empowers individuals to question their preconceptions in order to bring innovative approaches to present challenges. Read on to learn more about solutions to lead contamination in water; campus programs to build research and trade skills; and ocean quality, natural gas and other climate change concerns.
This issue of @princeton.edu features people who work every day to pursue a common good in the world - in the future of cities, sustainability and environmental responsibility, accessibility of higher education, and the classroom.
This issue of @princeton.edu features the efforts by University faculty, students and staff – in the laboratory and on the ground – to reduce the carbon footprint of the University and the world at large.
This issue of @princeton.edu features a number of new technologies – using data science to advance knowledge in a wide range of fields, understanding drug-resistant antibiotics, mapping the ocean floor – as well as the expertise of climate scientists at the University who bring different approaches to the challenges of carbon emissions reduction and the impacts of global warming. We also highlight the joint MD-PhD program between Princeton and Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School that was launched in 2005 to build research expertise for aspiring medical doctors who want to both treat patients and explore the causes of medical conditions.