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Through the lens of song and conversation, Princeton University Concerts’ newest digital initiative, “Sing for Today,” debuts online on Oct. 30, tapping into the upcoming election energy with opera star Joyce DiDonato and Kai Tsurumaki, a member of Princeton's Class of 2023.

Prud'homme will receive the award and speak about the technology he developed to improve the delivery of drugs throughout the body on Nov. 5 at Princeton's Engage 2020 virtual conference.

The philanthropic organization co-founded by Judy and Carl Ferenbach III, a member of the Class of 1964, has made a transformative gift to support environmental research at Princeton University

The NSF is turning Princeton's successful SOCCOM project, of ocean-monitoring robotic floats in the Southern Ocean, into a global network of floating ocean monitors. A single robotic float costs the same as two days at sea on a research ship, but floats can collect data autonomously for more than five years, in all seasons, including during winter storms when shipboard work is limited.

A new recipe for patterning cells on a surface holds promise for spinal cord injuries.

Princeton University's endowment earned a 5.6% investment gain for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2020. The endowment value stood at $26.6 billion.