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Speed limit on DNA-making sets pace for life's first steps .
Researchers led by Princeton’s Stanislav Shvartsman have found that the DNA of fruit fly embryos must obey a natural speed limit when it comes to replicating their genomes. Eggs with a mutation that allow for overproduction of DNA end in catastrophic failure at the moment they would begin to take shape.
Princeton campus mourns victims of New Zealand mosque shootings .
Faculty, staff and students gathered on the lawn in front of Murray-Dodge Hall as Office of Religious Life chaplains extended sympathies to those affected by the attacks and to Muslims across the world.
Vigil will be held in response to New Zealand mosque attacks .
A campus vigil will be held at 2:30 p.m. today, March 15, in Murray-Dodge Hall, for all who want to gather together in the wake of the mosque shootings in New Zealand.
DOE extends University PPPL contract .
The U.S. Department of Energy announced March 15 that Princeton University will continue to manage and operate the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory through March 31, 2022.