Paulita Lara Mejia, Class of 2018
Students in the News
A better understanding of 'wet markets' is key to safeguarding human health and biodiversity .
To help policymakers distinguish benign markets from dangerous ones, a team of Princeton researchers led by Bing Lin and David Wilcove analyzed the different types of so-called 'wet markets,' how they function, and the risk they pose to people and wildlife.
Graduate students Musslick and Ristroph named Schmidt Science Fellows .
Graduate students Sebastian Musslick and Kurt Ristroph, both in their final year at Princeton, are among 28 new Schmidt Science Fellows.
The 'hidden' life of an ecosystem engineer .
For his senior thesis, Joe Kawalec studies the advantages of the downy woodpecker’s natural camouflage.