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Archive – July 2012

Through the course Communicating Climate Change, Princeton University students are learning how to use print, video, and audio media to describe the climate change problem and its possible consequences.
Bacteria - including the MRSA superbug -may be more resistant to our most powerful antibiotics after a winter spurt of prescriptions, says a new study.
Read the latest from the Princeton Environmental Institute.
Spring/Summer 2012 Grand Challenges update.
As the flurry of the spring semester winds down with term papers written, exams taken, and graduations and reunions commemorated, it is a time for celebration, reflection, and new beginnings.
Spring/Summer 2012 Research Center updates.
A new study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases and available online shows how seasonal changes in outpatient antibiotic use – retail sales of antibiotics typically get a boost during the winter – can significantly alter seasonal patterns of drug resistance.
According to Iain Couzin, PEI associated faculty member, animals’ coordination and cooperation can teach us about human behavior — and even our voting patterns.