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Jose Avalos and team in lab

José Avalos (right) and his research team engineer microbes in his lab to address global challenges in renewable energy and sustainable manufacturing. Photo by Sameer A. Khan/Fotobuddy



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Microscopy expert Tian-Ming Fu has received a Trailblazer Award from the NIH, recognizing his pioneering research into new forms of biological imaging.

Princeton IP Accelerator funding awarded to support promising new technologies

Princeton University has announced support for a series of scientific investigations to boost crop yields, expand pharmaceutical shelf-life, and increase the accuracy of AI medical diagnostics through the University’s Intellectual Property (IP) Accelerator Fund.

Microscopes reveal a frozen moment in cellular time. This new method records cells as they work.

Researchers at Princeton and Rockefeller University have found a new way to study cellular communication, recording interactions between cells as they work in a living organism and unlocking new ways to understand how our bodies function.

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