The scientists and engineers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) are developing solutions to the world’s energy needs through research in fusion, the same energy-generating mechanism that occurs in the sun. Along the way, they’ve invented many potentially beneficial technologies.
Our 10th anniversary is an opportunity to reflect on the truly astounding transformation of Princeton’s innovation ecosystem.
It is an exciting time to be at Princeton. As we celebrate our 10th year of honoring Princeton inventors, we are also celebrating the University’s many new programs for building our entrepreneurship capacity and engaging in the broader innovation ecosystem.
Princeton researchers have no shortage of ideas about how to make the world a better place. At the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, these researchers — faculty members, postdoctoral associates, graduate students and undergraduates — learn how to develop their ideas and address societal challenges through entrepreneurship...
With Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs welcoming its first tenants in 2018, the University has taken a major leap in connecting the talent and resources at Princeton to the larger New Jersey entrepreneurial network.
The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC), the advisory and coordinating body on entrepreneurship programs at the University, engages the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem through educational programming, mentoring and funding.