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Tuesday, Dec 17, 2019
by Bennett McIntosh
If a biologist wants to look at something small, she could squint, or pick up a microscope to shape the light entering her eyes. Even the best microscopes are limited by the wavelength of the waves passing through them: for visible light, this limit sits at a few hundred-thousandths of a centimeter.
Friday, Dec 6, 2019
by tdwyer
Stone and Sturm named to National Academy of Inventors Office of Engineering Communications Dec. 6, 2019 1:59 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov 20, 2019
by tdwyer
Foam offers way to manipulate light Steven Schultz, Office of Engineering Communications Nov. 19, 2019 10:32 a.m.
Monday, Nov 18, 2019
by tdwyer
Schmidt DataX Fund supports research projects that harness data science to speed up discovery Sharon Adarlo, Center for Statistics and Machine Learning Nov. 18, 2019 11:13 a.m.
Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019
by tdwyer
Naor receives Ostrowski Prize in Higher Mathematics by the Office of Communications Nov. 13, 2019 9:23 a.m.
Tuesday, Nov 12, 2019
by tdwyer
Nuclear warheads? This robot can find them John Greenwald and Jeanne Jackson DeVoe, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Nov. 12, 2019 11:51 a.m.
Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019
by tdwyer
The 2020 Joseph L. Doob Prize will be awarded to the two-volume set Probabilistic Theory of Mean Field Games with Applications, I and II, written by René Carmona and François Delarue, and published in 2018 by Springer-Verlag in its series Stochastic Analysis and Applications.
Wednesday, Oct 30, 2019
by tdwyer
The Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Board, University of OXFORD, acting on the recommendation from the Department of Mathematics, has agreed to confer upon Paul Seymour the title of Visiting Professor in Mathematics for a period of 3 years from 23 October 2019.  
Wednesday, Oct 30, 2019
by tdwyer
Celebrate Princeton Innovation, November 14, 2019 Frick Chemistry Lab Atrium Click here for more information and to register
Wednesday, Oct 9, 2019
by tdwyer

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