Each year, Princeton University honors the inventors among its faculty, students and staff researchers. We welcome you to learn more about Princeton's inventors on this site and in our brochure.
Invention A test for mitochondrial health
Inventor Ileana Cristea, professor of molecular biology
Invention Adaptive Cognitive Prosthetic
Inventor Timothy Buschman, assistant professor of psychology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Invention Securing implantable medical devices against attack
Inventor Niraj Jha, professor of electrical engineering and associate director for education, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.
Invention Selective fluorination of drug and PET imaging molecules
Inventor John Groves, the Hugh Stott Taylor Chair of Chemistry
Invention A fast and easy method for making Janus nanoparticles
Inventor Rodney Priestley, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering
Invention Small, fast and cost-efficient flow sensors
Inventor Marcus Hultmark, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering