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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. The disconnected bands indicate the material...

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.

Thursday, May 4, 2017
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Over 30 Princeton University Faculty members and researchers, and 500 people of the public, participated on April 8 in this fun, engaging and bilingual Science Day at the Public Library. Families were able to interact with our scientists and engineers both in English and Spanish and learned from the many table-top activities focused on...

Thursday, May 4, 2017
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On April 1, PCCM Professors Clifford Brangwynne, Rodney Priestley and their teams presented an exceptional show for families on the characteristics, differences and uses of biological and synthetic polymers.

Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017

Professor Jason Petta and physics graduate students David Zajac and Xiao Mi, built a device that is a step forward for silicon-based quantum computers, which when built will be able to solve problems beyond the capabilities of everyday computers.

Saturday, Dec 17, 2016
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PCCM's annual Holiday Science Lecture was held Dec. 17, 2016, with Prof. Howard Stone, Prof. Bonnie Bassler and the PCCM team. This popular lecture featured the science of bubbles and surfaces, and why some love water and others hate it.

Saturday, Nov 12, 2016

Over 500 visitors attended Materials Science Day on November 12, 2016, discovering and learning about hydrophobic materials, thin films, computer memories, quantum diamonds and much more! Over 30 Princeton University scientists and engineers presenting table-top activities about new and exciting research in materials science....

Monday, Oct 31, 2016

PCCM held the second annual Poster Night on October 19, 2016. The evening poster session featured 30 graduate students and postdocs presenting their cutting-edge research in materials science. Congratulations to our winners Mallika Randeria, Mattias Fitzpatrick and Wesley Reinhart...

Monday, Oct 24, 2016

Princeton researchers have observed an unusual collective behavior in electrons that suggests new ways of manipulating the charged particles, and may provide the basis for faster and more efficient electronic technologies.

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