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Archive – October 2011

Yes, science is being distorted. But, much more dangerous, it is being rejected.
Craig Arnold has found a surprising link between battery life and the day-to-day physical forces acting on an overlooked battery component.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2011 Apply for the High Meadows fellowship positions to begin in summer/fall 2012 and end in summer/fall 2014. You may apply to up to 3 fellowship positions.
The study will be conducted by researchers at the Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute (MERI); Rutgers-Newark, led by Karina Schafer and Princeton University, led by PEI's Peter Jaffe.
President Barack Obama will nominate Princeton University molecular biologist Bonnie Bassler to serve as a member of the National Science Board.
Increasingly, many scientists are puzzling over how best to present what they know and don’t know to a broader audience.
The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) has announced $1.1 million in new awards to support climate and energy research at Princeton University.
Ann Carla Staver is first author of a paper published today in Science.
Graduate Research Funding is available through the Health Grand Challenge and the Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW) for Princeton University Ph.D. candidates.
On September 30 and October 7, PEI hosted its 4th annual Summer of Learning Symposia.
On his blog "Dot Earth," Andrew Revkin discusses "Wedges Reaffirmed," an article written by PEI's Robert Socolow and published by The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists and Climate Central.
During Summer 2011, 111 Princeton undergraduates travelled to 21 countries for environmental internships. The following slideshow captures the diversity of their experiences.