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Andlinger Center News

January 12, 2016

Meandering paths, sunken courtyards and gardens weave through the sculptural complex of gray brick and glass that has risen at the eastern edge of Princeton University.

After three years of construction, the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment has opened its doors, ushering in a new phase for the center’s goal of developing solutions to ensure our energy and environmental future.

Laboratories, finely tuned for atomic-level investigations, are beginning to hum with the collaborative work of researchers from across the University and industrial partners. Specialized spaces are filling with faculty, students, postdoctoral researchers and visitors creating materials that will help power cities, fuels that propel vehicles, and technologies that prevent and repair environmental damage.