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Wednesday, Dec 13, 2017
In a major step toward making a quantum computer using everyday materials, a team led by researchers at Princeton University has constructed a key piece of silicon hardware capable of controlling quantum behavior between two electrons with extremely high precision.
Sunday, Dec 10, 2017
On Saturday, December 9, PCCM held its annual Holiday Lecture, presented by Prof. Howard Stone and the PCCM team.
Monday, Oct 30, 2017
On Saturday October 28, over 40 Princeton University scientists and engineers participated in this engaging science outreach event at the Princeton Public Library.
Friday, Oct 13, 2017
Researchers at Princeton University have detected a unique quantum property of an elusive particle notable for behaving simultaneously like matter and antimatter. The particle, known as the Majorana fermion, is prized by researchers for its potential to open the doors to new quantum computing possibilities.
Friday, Sep 15, 2017
These prestigious postdoctoral positions are intended for early-career scientists with a research focus on materials science and engineering. The application deadline date is November 15, 2017, 11:59 p.m. EST. [details]
Friday, Sep 15, 2017
During the summer of 2017, PCCM hosted 22 REU students from 10 different states/territories (from Puerto Rico to California). The students worked over the course of 9 weeks, focusing on a wide range of materials science topics such as ultra-fast laser pulses, superconducting qubits, thin films and batteries.
Thursday, Aug 3, 2017
Researchers have discovered how to identify new examples of topological materials, which have unique and desirable electronic properties. The technique involves finding the connection between band theory, which describes the energy levels of electrons in a solid, with a material’s topological nature.
Thursday, Aug 3, 2017
A Princeton research team led by Professor Claire White (PCCM IRG-2 and Seed 3 senior investigator) is helping to develop new materials that work as well as cement but drastically cut carbon emissions related to cement production.
Tuesday, Jul 11, 2017
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Clifford Brangwynne (PCCM IRG-2 senior investigator), worked with postdoctoral researcher Ming-Tzo Wei and interdisciplinary collaborators to develop a method for looking at watery structures inside cells.

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