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Murthy, Bialek, and Shaevitz receive BRAIN grant to study social interactions

Mala Murthy, associate professor of molecular biology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI), is leading a team of Princeton researchers... Read more


Princeton Senior, Adam Berman, wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Princeton University senior Adam Berman, a QCB Certificate candidate, has been awarded the Gates Cambridge Scholarship.  The awards give outstanding students from outside the United Kingdom the opportunity to pursue... Read more


Sciences, unite! Integrated intro course revolutionizes science instruction

Story by Liz Fuller-Wright, Office of Communications: At many colleges, students who are interested in science will enroll in multiple introductory courses, learning about genetics and chemistry and physics and computer... Read more


Rabinowitz makes Analytical Scientist's Power List 2017

Joshua Rabinowitz, Professor of Chemistry and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, makes the list of the Analytical Scientist's Power List 2017 in its Magnificent Tens "Omics Explorers... Read more


William Bialek wins the Max Delbruck Prize in Biological Physics from the American Physical Society

Bill Bialek of Physics, Biophysics, and the Lewis-Sigler institute has won the annual Max Delbrück Prize in Biological Physics from the American Physical Society “for the application of general... Read more


New Princeton-CUNY program to bring together physicists and biologists

Story by Liz Fuller-Wright, Office of Communications The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $13 million to create the Center for the Physics of Biological Function, a joint endeavor between Princeton University and... Read more


Rabinowitz, Shvartsman, Marmion, and Song are examining the steps by which embryos create DNA precursors independent of those supplied by their mothers

Story by Adam Hadhazy, Office of Engineering Communications A study from Princeton researchers on fruit flies shows how, during the early stages of growth, a developing embryo must begin to make its own building blocks of DNA... Read more


Study by Ned Wingreen and team reveals ways in which cells feel their surroundings

Cells push out tiny feelers to probe their physical surroundings, but how much can these tiny sensors really discover? A new study led by Princeton University researchers and colleagues finds that the typical cell’s environment... Read more


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