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Sō Percussion joins Princeton music community

The musicians of Sō Percussion, the Edward T. Cone Performers-in-Residence at Princeton, encourage students to take risks and compose their own music, resulting in a variety of sounds, including full compositions on empty glass bottles. Read more.

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Research makes a difference

These three Princeton University researchers are striving to improve people's lives through innovations in science and engineering. Their research topics include blood sugar monitoring, computer interaction and genes related to cancer. Read more.

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Student work: Engineers Without Borders, Peru

Seven Princeton students in the Princeton chapter of Engineers Without Borders traveled to Peru in summer 2013 to complete the first phase of a water system in the small mountainous community of La Pitajaya Alta. After six weeks of working with the community members, clean potable water was brought to every family in the community. In summer 2014, the Engineers Without Borders team completed the second part of the water system in La Pitajaya Baja, the lower part of the community.

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