Innovations with potential to benefit society on display at Celebrate Princeton Invention 2016
Posted November 14, 2016; 4:30 p.m.
by Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research
A nanoscale sensor for environmental monitoring and an implantable medical device to restore brain function after a stroke were two of the research projects with the potential to benefit society that were on display at Celebrate Princeton Invention last week.
The event, held Thursday, Nov. 10, honored over 350 Princeton faculty members, staff researchers and students who over the past year have made discoveries or advances in the natural sciences and engineering that have the potential to be developed into technologies valuable to the public.
Now in its eighth year, the event brings together University researchers with scientists and executives from industry and the investment community who can help transition findings from University laboratories to companies with the expertise to develop them into products and services.