"Developing economically viable solutions requires the collaborative efforts of industry, government and academia," Princeton University's dean for research Pablo Debenedetti said in a statement. "We are delighted that ExxonMobil is joining E-ffiliates, broadening the vibrant collaboration between Princeton and leading industry partners in the energy and environmental sectors."
ExxonMobil's deal represents the largest financial commitment to the E-ffiliates program, university officials said. The company will immediately begin working with research groups across the university, including selected graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, who will be designated as ExxonMobil Fellows.
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