Faculty in the News
Inaugural program with Fresno State, Rowan and Valdosta State universities spurs “unforgettable summer of research” .
Princeton Chemistry's new two-month summer program draws faculty and students from moderate to small research institutions that serve historically underrepresented groups.
Howard Rosenthal, whose research revolutionized the analysis of Congressional voting records and political polarization, dies at 83 .
Howard L. Rosenthal, the Roger Williams Straus Professor of Social Sciences, Emeritus, and professor of politics, emeritus, and an expert on formal and quantitative political analysis, died on July 28. He was 83.
How water turns into ice — with quantum accuracy .
Combining artificial intelligence and quantum mechanics, researchers at Princeton have simulated what happens at the molecular level when water freezes. The result is the most complete yet simulation of the first steps in ice “nucleation,” a process important for climate and weather modeling.
Princeton research shows how the decline in pollinators can ripple across ecosystems .
As pollinators like honeybees and butterflies decline worldwide, it changes the competitive playing field in favor of plants that are better at wooing pollinators.