Princeton Graduate Students create new Facebook app
November 14, 2013
The What Would I Say? app was created by Princeton graduate students Harvey Cheng (EE), Ugne Klibaite (QCB), Alex Furger (ORFE), Daniel Jiang (ORFE), Pawel Przytycki (COS), Vicky Yao (COS) and Edward Young (PHY) during this year’s HackPrinceton event. The app takes a users’ old Facebook status updates and produces new phrases out of them. (Read more)
QCB graduate program highlighted in Science
August 1, 2011
A recent Policy Forum piece in the journal Science mentioned the Lewis-Sigler Institute’s graduate program in Quantitative and Computational Biology as an example of much-needed convergence of multiple fields in education. In the piece, Promoting Convergence in Biomedical Science, authors Phillip A. Sharp and Robert Langer discuss the importance of interdisciplinary research approaches and the need for the National Institutes of Health to adopt that approach as they make funding decisions.
Princeton's Graduate School gets top honor
TheScientist.com rated Princeton's Graduate School # 1, noting that the school, "established in 1900, has a stellar reputation, boasting 18 National Medal of Science Winners and three recipients of the National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Awards in 2007 and 2008."