Three recent Princeton graduates took part this summer in a "young filmmakers" program in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. The filmmakers, who majored in engineering as undergraduates, produced six short videos that were shown in a campus-wide screening in July and are now available for viewing on the Internet. Michael E. Wood created videos about the Center for Information Technology Policy and about a new technology that is assisting archaeologists who are
Associate professor Ron Weiss talks about Princeton's student entries in the international Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition for undergraduates working in the field of synthetic biology. The student iGEM experiments may lead to novel disease treatments.
A Princeton-led team of students who are programming stem cells to treat diabetes ranked third in the world in a recent competition to build working "genetic machines" out of DNA building blocks.