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LSI-affiliated Principal Investigators are recognized as Highly Cited Researchers by Web of Science

Josh Rabinowitz (LSI/Chemistry Faculty), Kara Dolinski (LSI PI and Assistant Director), and Cliff Brangwynne (LSI affiliated faculty), along with... Read more


Researchers discover behavior of immunity genes leading to worse COVID outcomes for men

A team of researchers from Princeton University, Flatiron Institute of the Simons Foundation, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Naval Medical Research Center had begun studying a group of nearly 3,000 members... Read more


QCB Graduate Program Virtual Open House - November 11th at 2pm

Event registration: https://tinyurl.com/qcbOH2022 The Quantitative and Computational Biology program is an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program at Princeton University.... Read more


New biophysics graduate program draws leading faculty from across the University

Princeton is launching a Ph.D. program in biophysics for students who want to study at the interface between living systems and physics, at every... Read more


Michelle Chan wins NIH Director's New Innovator Award

Princeton professors Michelle Chan, Celeste Nelson and A.J. te Velthuis are among 103 researchers nationwide to receive 2022 High-Risk, High-Reward research awards from the National Institutes of... Read more


Tess Marvin and Tavis Reed are awarded the Cassidy Yang Memorial Prize

Congratulations to Tess Marvin and Tavis Reed, recipients of this year's Cassidy Yang award!  The Cassidy Yang awards are given to graduate students who excel in academics in... Read more


Graduate students join Princeton Fire Department, continuing a long tradition of community service

Four Princeton University graduate students have been inducted as members of the Princeton Fire Department. The largest number of Princeton graduate students to join the town’s fire brigade at one time, they follow in the... Read more


Bumblebees kept in isolation make up for it by being more social later

A new study shows that isolation impacts the brain development and behavior of bumblebees in an unexpected way.  Sarah Kocher, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and the Lewis-... Read more


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