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Dummit and Owen receive Manfred Pyka Memorial Prize in Physics

Two Integrated Science students, Krysta Dummit '15 and Gregory Owen '15, are the recipients of a Manfred Pyka Memorial Prize in Physics, given to outstanding Physics undergraduates who have shown excellence in course work and... Read more

Integrated Science Student Receives Freshman First Honor Prize

Honored for their academic achievements, pictured with President Shirley M. Tilghman (standing third from left) and Dean of the College Valerie Smith (standing second from right), are, standing from left, Samuel Mumford, Aman... Read more

William Bialek named to National Academy of Sciences

William Bialek, Lewis-Sigler Institute member and John Archibald Wheeler/Battelle Professor in Physics, has been elected to membership in The National Academy of Sciences, along with 83 others in the U.S., including several... Read more

Perlstein Lab Provides Insight Into Antidepressants

Princeton University researchers observed a self-degradation response to the antidepressant Zoloft in yeast cells that could help provide new answers to lingering questions about how antidepressants work. Five minutes after... Read more

DARPA grant supports Institute faculty research

Using a new $14 million grant from DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, a team of biologists and mathematicians that includes Institute members... Read more

Institute director is recipient of Dan David Prize

Institute Director David Botstein is a recipient of a 2012 Dan David Prize. Prizes of... Read more

Quantitative Biology certificate student named Pyne Prize winner

Princeton senior James Valcourt has been named co-winner, with Ann-Marie Elvin, of the University's 2012 Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize, the highest general distinction conferred on an undergraduate. Valcourt, a Molecular... Read more

Lewis-Sigler Institute featured on Research at Princeton website

The Lewis-Sigler Institute is featured on this week's Research at Princeton Spotlight website. The weekly article describes the mission... Read more