A new study reveals that bacterial cells can contain internal compartments, indicating that the single-celled organisms are more complex than previously thought.
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Archive – December 2012
The findings shed light on how organisms handle non-essential DNA.
Only a few regions contain the correct form of iron needed to sustain the growth of phytoplankton.
Emily Carter, founding director of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton, talks about why she decided to devote her career to energy research.
innovation triples the efficiency of organic solar cells
The Princeton Center for Theoretical Science is dedicated to exploring the frontiers of theory in the natural sciences.
An enhanced approach to capturing changes on the Earth's surface via satellite could provide a more accurate account of how ice sheets are changing as a result of natural and human factors.
A new study published in the journal Science demonstrates that people rely on body language rather than facial expressions alone when determining how other people are feeling. The study by Hillel Aviezer, psychology professor at Hebrew University in Israel, and Alexander Todorov, professor of psychology at Princeton University, as featured on NPR. Listen to the broadcast.
The Princeton University Board of Trustees has approved the appointments of four assistant professors.
In recognition of a lifetime of breakthroughs that have shaped our understanding of the brain, John Hopfield has been awarded the Society for Neuroscience Swartz Prize for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience.