Industry often plays an essential role in making university research avail-able to the public.
In June 2015, seven student startups became the first tenants in the new Entrepreneurial Hub, a facility that provides co-working space for ventures founded by Princeton students, alumni and faculty.
Current sequencing techniques are limited to short segments of DNA, requiring researchers to piece together the segments in a manner not unlike putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Yet researchers would like to examine sequences of whole sets of genes and other long segments of non-coding regions of the genome.
Targeted therapeutics that travel directly to a disease site promise to reduce side effects and improve patient outcomes. But attaching these “address labels” to drug molecules has proven difficult.
Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership offers corporate members an opportunity to explore research frontiers with faculty and students in areas of energy and the environment.
Invention Durable low-carbon cement for sustainable building
Inventor Claire White, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
Invention New catalysts for making better plastics
Inventor Brad Carrow, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Invention A diagnostic test for the female biological clock
Inventor Coleen Murphy, Professor of Molecular Biology and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Invention Hardware-enhanced approaches to cybersecurity
Inventor Ruby Lee, the Forrest G. Hamrick Professor in Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering