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The third annual meeting of Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership brought together about 200 academic experts and industry leaders in a day-long discussion of the challenges in creating alternative energy sources, the future of energy investment, and the key areas of energy technology.
Reinhardt was recognized for his important contributions to the public's understanding of health care financing and the implications of policy decisions about health care reform.
Revealing and measuring the many commercial tools that invisibly track Web users is a key step toward improving transparency and privacy on the Internet, according to a set of privacy and technology experts who convened at Princeton University on Oct. 24.
Mathematical modeling has tremendous potential for developing and guiding public health initiatives to address some of the world's most pressing public health issues through cost-effective means. Models can have the power to accurately predict the progression of infectious diseases and potential epidemic outcomes.
Jason Schwartz, the Harold T. Shapiro Postdoctoral Research Associate in Bioethics at the University Center for Human Values at Princeton, addresses difficult questions regarding the Ebola virus, from how nations such as the United States should respond in Africa, to the most appropriate measures to take at home and whether to deploy unproven treatments.
Tali Mendelberg, a professor of politics at Princeton, explores how women influence the decision-making process and why women still have less influence than men in many decision-making bodies. She is the author with Christopher Karpowitz of "The Silent Sex: Gender, Deliberation and Institutions," published this year by Princeton University Press.