Princeton collaborates with many partners from industry, government and the nonprofit sector. Every collaboration is unique, reflecting the mutually-beneficial interests of the University and the partner. This selection of partnership overviews is presented to suggest the expansive range of how Princeton and partners can work together. We hope they will spark your ideas for how your organization may work with Princeton. Let's explore the possibilities!


  • Bristol Myers Squibb

    Bristol Myers Squibb has been a long-time partner of the Department of Chemistry, sponsoring research and supporting Princeton's pipeline of early-career chemists.

  • Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

    With a focus on fostering path-breaking scientific discovery, environmental conservation and patient care improvements, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation provides funding and develops strong relationships with Princeton researchers working in areas of critical importance to humanity, including quantum science and physics, sustainability and molecular biology.

  • IBM

    The remarkable legacies of Princeton and IBM in computing and computation have provided a base for their long-time partnership. Now, as the quantum field moves closer to addressing real-world challenges, quantum science and engineering have become ever more important dimensions of their collaborations.

  • Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research

    Princeton University is home to a branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research. The Princeton Ludwig Branch represents a new stage in partnership and collaboration for Princeton cancer research.

  • Mellon Foundation

    One of the largest funders of arts and humanities in the United States, the Mellon Foundation has been an essential partner to Princeton in furthering humanistic inquiry through a variety of programs.

  • National Security Innovation Network

    University partnership with this Department of Defense program offers opportunities for faculty, students, postdocs and startup companies in engineering, entrepreneurship and other areas.

  • New Jersey Health Foundation

    Dedicated to advancing health-related research in New Jersey, the New Jersey Health Foundation and its affiliates have supported the Princeton University community by engaging with research, innovation-related student activities and spinout companies.

  • Siemens

    Siemens has been a crucial long-term partner to Princeton in its mission to tackle the "big, complex and difficult" challenge of building a robust innovation ecosystem. 

  • Simons Foundation

    The Simons Foundation and Princeton collaborate to advance fundamental scientific research, especially in the fields of mathematics, computer science, astrophysics, and the life sciences.