Invention Radiant-temperature sensor for improved human comfort

Invention Big-data approaches to precision medicine and drug development 

Inventor Olga Troyanskaya, professor of computer science and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Invention Medical imaging using methods from geosciences

Inventor Jeroen Tromp, the Blair Professor of Geology and professor of geosciences and applied and computational mathematics

Invention Low-cost silicon-based biosensor chip for medical diagnostics

Inventor Kaushik Sengupta, assistant professor of electrical engineering

Invention Optimization tools for drug formulation and discovery

Inventor Herschel Rabitz, the Charles Phelps Smyth ’16 *17 Professor of Chemistry

In May 2015, Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber and then-Provost David S. Lee authorized a broad list of actions to foster “entrepreneurship the Princeton way,” defined as the initiation of transformations through risk-taking actions and value-creating organizations.
As an undergraduate and later a graduate student in mathematics at Princeton, John Stogin wanted to share handwritten equations and notes via the internet, but there was no easy way to do it. So he wrote his own software tool.