Princeton University issued a statement after the Iranian judiciary announced on Sunday, July 16, that a Princeton graduate student conducting dissertation research in Iran had been sentenced to 10 years in prison after having been accused of espionage.
Dogs' ability to communicate and interact with humans is one the most astonishing differences between them and their wild cousins, wolves. A new study identifies genetic changes that are linked to dogs' human-directed social behaviors and suggests there is a common underlying genetic basis for hyper-social behavior in both dogs and their human companions.
Exposure to violence hinders short-term memory, cognitive control
Historian Cannadine named president of the British Academy
Scientists create first laboratory generation of high-energy shock waves that accelerate astrophysical particles
Researchers find path to discovering new topological materials, holding promise for technological applications
At the cellular level, a child's loss of a father is associated with increased stress
Princeton engineering professor George Luchak, whose work helped astronauts land on the moon, dies at 97
Senior Edwin Rosales, a first-generation college student who emigrated from Guatemala as a child, drew on his own family stories and extensive research to write two senior theses: a collection of short stories and a play.