The Pew Charitable Trusts announced today that Princeton ecologists Shane Campbell-Staton and Sarah Kocher are members of the newest class of the Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences, two of the 22 early-career scientists who will receive four years of funding to explore pressing questions in health and medicine.
- Wednesday, Jun 15, 2022
- Monday, May 2, 2022
The Year of the Tiger that launched with this Lunar New Year is a moment of pride and reflection for Princeton’s vibrant Asian and Asian American community. Throughout the year, we are elevating the voices of faculty, staff, students and researchers in a series of thoughtful interviews exploring questions of identity, pride, hope, the lived experience of anti-Asian racism, and meaningful steps that allies can take.
- Monday, May 2, 2022
It might not look like much — a plastic box that fits in the hand, with tiny tubes jutting out the top and bottom. Too simple to be cutting edge. Too humble to save so many lives.
- Thursday, Apr 28, 2022
- Monday, Apr 25, 2022
Material coming from a Princeton research lab is full of holes — but that's a good thing. Designed to mimic bone, wood and other natural materials, the porous objects are lighter than traditional products and can be strategically inserted into structures to provide higher stiffness in areas with high demand.
- Thursday, Apr 14, 2022
- Friday, Apr 22, 2022
When it comes to understanding and protecting the environment, New Jersey provides fertile ground for Princeton University researchers. The state’s four geological regions and its mix of urban, rural and suburban communities allow Princeton faculty, staff and students to develop environmental and climate solutions on their home turf that address an array of global concerns.
- Monday, Apr 4, 2022
- Wednesday, Mar 30, 2022
A study led by Princeton researchers has revealed how bacteria navigate obstacles to ensure cohesive group movement. The finding has implications for understanding the general processes of collective migration, from cancer cells responding to chemical stimulus to wildebeest moving across the savanna.
- Tuesday, Mar 1, 2022
The American Chemical Society’s Biochemical Technology (BIOT) division has honored José Avalos with its 2022 Young Investigator Award, recognizing Avalos’s contributions to engineering microbial systems for the production of advanced biofuels and other chemicals that are key to a sustainable future.