Alumni in the News
Princeton researchers find a path toward Hep E treatment by disentangling its knotty structure .
The hepatitis E virus protein ORF1 contains a region that scientists have struggled to characterize, making the structure and function of this region the subject of much debate. Now, Princeton scientists show that this region of the protein does not behave as a protease, as has been previously suggested, but instead serves as a molecular scaffold to stabilize the rest of the ORF1 protein.
Princeton honors Gen. Christopher Cavoli and internet pioneer Robert Kahn at Alumni Day .
The annual mid-winter alumni gathering also included top prizes for undergraduate and graduate students, the Service of Remembrance memorial ceremony, panel discussions, anniversary celebrations and more.
Alumni Willow Dalehite and Ben Weissenbach awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarships .
Willow Dalehite '22 and Ben Weissenbach '20 are are among 23 U.S. winners of the scholarship for studies at the University of Cambridge.
Princeton’s technology accelerator fund celebrates 22 startups in 10 years of fueling innovations .
The Intellectual Property (IP) Accelerator Fund provides support to researchers who have made a discovery but need to conduct extra studies to demonstrate that the discovery can meet a societal need.