The research of Mary Caswell Stoddard, an assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Princeton University, suggests that the shape of an egg for a bird of a given species may be driven in part by features of a bird's physiology related to its capability for flight.
As bees' social behavior evolved, their complex chemical communication systems evolved in concert, according to a study published June 20 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Princeton reimagines Cole Porter's immigration-focused ballet 'for everyone'
Nineteen faculty members transfer to emeritus status
Levine elected to EMBO for excellence in life sciences
In 'The Environmental Nexus,' students explore the many paths to saving the planet
Princeton professor Tracy K. Smith named U.S. Poet Laureate
Lee gift strengthens teaching, research and access to education at Princeton
University photographers have been capturing moments of ceremony, recognition and celebration at graduation events throughout May and June. As images are processed, we are posting links to the galleries on the Graduation Pictures website.
Learning through the camera lens: International Eye photo contest captures student perspectives abroad
For the ninth year, the International Eye Photo Contest has provided an opportunity for students to share their experiences studying, working, doing service or conducting research abroad.