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Princeton's Prud'homme and Yang partner with Genentech to decode a key process in vaccines and cancer treatments .
A new partnership between the Princeton Catalysis Initiative (PCI) and Genentech is supporting research that could expand our knowledge of drug delivery and the efficacy of vaccines through research on a little-understood process.
Graduate student Q&A: Alicia Magann .
Quantum chemist Alicia Magann is a compelling example of how interdisciplinary research works at Princeton. A rising fifth-year graduate student in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, her research nevertheless falls under the advisement of Herschel Rabitz, the Charles Phelps Smyth ’16 *17 Professor of Chemistry.
Climate modeling at Princeton .
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