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Bee antennae offer links between the evolution of social behavior and communication

An international team of researchers, including Sarah Kocher from Princeton University, reported that a certain species of bees, called halictid bees, have more sensorial machinery compared with related solitary species. The... Read more


Levine elected to EMBO for excellence in life sciences

Michael Levine, the Anthony B. Evnin ’62 Professor in Genomics, is one of 65 outstanding life scientists elected June 16 to membership of... Read more


Hongtao Chen Named Revson Senior Fellow in Biomedical Science

The Charles H. Revson Foundation’s fellowship program for the most promising New York−area postdoctoral researchers in biomedical science recently added Princeton researchers Wendy Mok and Hongtao Chen (Gregor lab) to its list... Read more


Coleen Murphy named Faculty Scholar by HHMI, Simons and Gates Foundations

Princeton faculty members Clifford Brangwynne, Martin Jonikas, Coleen Murphy, Mala Murthy and Celeste Nelson were each awarded five-year Faculty Scholar grants in a new joint... Read more


Welcome! Incoming QCB Graduate Students, Fall 2017

We are happy to welcome our next incoming class! Matthew Black, University of Maryland, College Park Evan Cofer, Trinity University Chenyi Fei, Peking University Katie Goodwin, University of British Columbia Jaime Lopez,... Read more


NSF Fellowship Recipients

The Lewis-Sigler Institute would like to congratulate QCB students Olivia Chu (Tarnita lab) and Jaime Lopez (first year rotation student), on being awarded NSF Fellowships.  The NSF... Read more


Dean for Research Innovation Funds awarded to Julien Ayroles and Thomas Gregor, among others, for highly exploratory projects

Story by Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research.  A number of innovative research projects ranging from the sciences to the arts and engineering have been granted funding through Princeton's Office of the Dean... Read more


Eliminating competition: Poison and mating regulate male-roundworm populations

Story by the Office of Communications.  In many species, mating comes at the steep price of an organism's life, an evolutionary process intended to regulate reproductive competition. But males of certain roundworm species have... Read more


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