Princeton University’s Cooperative Institute for Climate Science will receive $3 million to create detailed models of the earth's climate and gain a better undestanding of how climage change affects life on earth. Read more on NJ.com.
Research News Features
Archive – August 2012
A video game designed for predatory fish addresses lingering evolutionary questions about group formation and movement in animals, according to a new paper in Science
Researchers report in the journal Science that an area of our brain called the pulvinar regulates communication between clusters of brain cells as we focus on the people and objects that need our attention
Duncan Haldane, Princeton's Eugene Higgs Professor of Physics, was one of three researchers to be awarded the Dirac medal from the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy for their work on topological insulators. Read more at Physicsworld.com.
The second in a series of profiles of graduate students and post-docs in the Department of Chemistry across the spectrum of specialties: organic, inorganic, physical, chemical biology and theoretical. This profile features postdoctoral researcher Kevin Welsher in the physical chemistry group of Associate Professor Haw Yang.
Climate change could almost completely wipe out the eastern Pacific leatherback sea turtle by the end of the century, according to a new study led by Princeton and NOAA researchers.