Princeton University

U.S. Chief Information Officer Todd Park talks about Health Datapalooza: A Model Of Innovation. The U.S. Census Bureau says Imagination at Work! Unleash Your Creativity With Our Census API.

Both deal with data. But which should it be: Innovation or creativity or both?

It’s question that deserves more than casual considering, and one I’m currently giving thought to for the upcoming Breaking Gov 38 Degrees Unleashing the Power of Government Data, Sept. 19, in Washington, DC.


It’s worth comparing the definitions. Wikipedia says: Keep reading →

The Lab Breakthroughs series is a collection of digital features accompanied by a Q&A from a lead researcher showcasing how innovation at National Labs have shaped our world, and how they are defining the technology of the future. The series originally appeared at Energy.gov.

Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory‘s Charles Gentile, Lead Developer of the Miniature Integrated Nuclear Detection System (MINDS), took some time to talk about how his device distinguishes normal radiation from the kinds that signal a potential nuclear threat, like a “dirty bomb.” Keep reading →

This video from the National Science Foundation (NSF) shows how researchers at Princeton University have developed an innovative technique to transfer microscopic materials by blasting them from one place to another with a laser. The tiny patterns help to advance technology as they make help pack more into electronic screens. Keep reading →