Faculty in the News
MacMillan illuminates the micro-environment, creating a new path to cancer drugs .
A team of Princeton chemists has identified a way to tag a protein's nearest molecular neighbors, enabling the precise mapping of their micro-environment. This could open new avenues to cancer treatment and other drug therapies.
Geneticists pump the brakes on DNA, revealing key developmental process .
Researchers at Princeton have revealed the inner workings of a gene repression mechanism in fruit fly embryos, adding insight to the study of human diseases.
Teaching with Special Collections: ‘America Then and Now’ .
In the team-taught course “America Then and Now,” students explore the shaping of America through a range of approaches, including archival research at the Princeton University Library.
How a chemist and a physicist solved a 50-year-old puzzle — with help from the Princeton Catalysis Initiative .
久久亚洲国产中文字幕-91轻吻也飘然-深夜福利院老司影院 By applying a new field of chemistry to a long-standing problem in diamond-surface quantum physics, Princeton’s Nathalie de Leon and Robert Knowles solved a 50-year-old puzzle.