Delivering the first of the Sydney Ideas lectures for 2010, world renowned climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer outlined the evidence for global warming and explained how it was gathered.
Archive – June 2011
Field ecologists usually depend on observation and genetic data found in excrement to study individual animals. A new barcode-like scanning system could make recognition easier and more accurate.
The 2011 awardees include: Matthew Aardema, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Josephine Anastasia Elia, Chemical and Biological Engineering; and Matthis Paul Hain, Geosciences.
PEI is pleased to announce a joint call for proposal on behalf of CMI and Grand Challenges to promote new research and teaching focused broadly on climate change and energy technology.
A proposal from an interdisciplinary group of Princeton faculty has been selected by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) executive committee to become the first PIIRS research community to receive funding under an initiative announced earlier this year.
In the latest issue of Nature, Onstott and several colleagues announced the discovery of a creature one step up on the food chain from bacteria.
A record number of seniors graduating with Environmental Studies (ENV) certificates and nearly 200 of their guests attended PEI’s Class Day celebration on Monday, May 30.
Read the latest from Princeton Environmental Institute.
No one has a greater stake in the outcome of events unfolding in the world than the college students of today and tomorrow.
Electron microscope image of Emiliania huxleyi, the most abundant coccolithophores in the ocean.
As a research scientist for the U.S. Forest Service’s Northern Research Station, Lindsay Campbell ’02 is developing, supporting, and promoting sustainability initiatives in New York City.
The award is presented during Class Day to a senior whose activities while at Princeton best represent or exemplify the University's informal motto, "Princeton in the nation's service and in the service of all nations."