Listen to an interview with Princeton University's Douglas Massey, the Henry G. Bryant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School, on social stratification in today's society on WBUR radio.
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Stephen Pacala and Robert Socolow explain why what we can do reduce carbon emissions on PBS's NOVA. Watch the video.
About 1 in 20,000 individuals does not have his or her heart in the right place, litterally. Rebecca Burdine, a Princeton University professor of molecular biology, explains her research on the genes that drive the development of the heart in the New York Times.
Should you cover your sleek smartphone with a clunky but protective rubber case? Bloomberg.com checks in with Sigrid Adriaenssens, a materials expert and assistant professor at Princeton's School of Engineering and Applied Science.
MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry interviews a roundtable of neuroscience experts including Princeton's Sam Wang. View the video.
The National Cancer Institute has awarded a new $2.4 million research grant to a team led by Joshua Rabinowitz, a professor in the Department of Chemistry and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton University, and Eileen White, associate director for basic science at The Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) and professor of molecular biology and biochemistry at Rutgers University. Read more at MyCentralJersey.com.
Extreme financial hardship can lead to reckless borrowing even among people who know better, according to research by Eldar Shafir, Princeton's William Stewart Tod Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, as quoted in the New York Times.
Princeton mathematician Manjul Bhargava was profiled in liveMint.com.
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.