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Infrared Optical Sensing for Health and the Environment

The National Science Foundation has funded a multimillion-dollar Engineering Research Center based at Princeton University that is expected to revolutionize sensor technology, yielding devices that have a unique ability to detect minute amounts of chemicals...

Computational Intractability: A Barrier for Computers, Man, and Science

While computers are exponentially more powerful and increasingly important in both society and in every area of scholastic inquiry, modern computers appear to be incapable of solving certain problems. In recent decades, computer scientists have...

Challenging Nature

Professor Lee Silver gets around. He’s discussed cloning with Charlie Rose, stem cells with Ted Koppel, and designer babies on the BBC. You can even watch him tangle with Stephen Colbert. A professor at...

OnTour @ The Peter B. Lewis Library: The Broadcast and New Media Centers

In addition to the Science Library, the new Peter B Lewis Library will contain a new OIT-operated Broadcast Center. The center’s HD video studio will assist University professors to be interviewed live on major...

A Tour of the Peter B. Lewis Library

On October 1, Patty Gaspari-Bridges, Assistant University Librarian for Special Libraries and Head of the Science and Technology Libraries and four other science librarians (Jane Holmquist, Steven Adams, Julie Arnheim, and Louise Deis) led a...

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