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Katie Tam - 2021 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Katie Tam '21 presents her certificate project, "The Secrets in Our Sewage," during the Program in Journalism's third annual Senior Colloquium. As the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged…

From  Margo Bresnen on May 1st, 2021 0 likes 6 plays

Partnering for Patients: Industry & Academia Case Study from the Bassler Laboratory

This session was part of Engage 2020, Princeton University's innovation and entrepreneurship conference. Learn firsthand how to create a successful collaboration, from two very different…

From  Innovation Innovation Communication on March 1st, 2021 0 likes 6 plays

Molecular Biology Butler Seminar: John Brooks, October 28th, 2020

The microbiota coordinates diurnal rhythms in intestinal innate immunity with the host circadian clock Environmental light cycles entrain circadian feeding behaviors in animals that produce rhythms…

From  MOL MolBio Zoom Webinar on October 28th, 2020 0 likes 35 plays

Molecular Biology Butler Seminar September 23rd, 2020 - Rachel Dutton UCSD

“Uncovering the biology within microbiomes using cheese” Abstract: Work in the Dutton lab leverages the experimental tractability of our model system, cheese, to discover the biological…

From  MOL MolBio Zoom Webinar on September 30th, 2020 0 likes 30 plays

PRD 2020 Webinar: Day 3

May 7th, 2020 webinar "WELLBEING". Hosted by Karla Ewalt, Associate Dean for Research, with welcome by Pablo Debenedetti, Dean for Research. Presenters: Anne Elizabeth Sidamon-Eristoff,…

From  Pascale Poussart on June 2nd, 2020 0 likes 98 plays

Science Meets Multimedia Art: Connecting People and the Microscopic with Doodles

Intricate stories line the quiet spaces in and around living cells. Capturing these microscopic stories and communicating them to people in creative, accessible ways grows ever more important. As a…

From  Research Princeton Research Day on April 29th, 2020 0 likes 75 plays

Investigating E. coli’s Nitric Oxide Defense by Genetic Perturbations

The emergence of pathogens for which all current treatments are ineffective has placed the antibiotic resistance crisis front and center for many communities. To address the trend of ever-increasing…

From  Research Princeton Research Day on April 29th, 2020 0 likes 24 plays

Helicobacter pylori: a pathogenic plot twist on the straight rod story

The diversity of shapes that bacteria exhibit has fascinated microbiologists for more than 300 years. Bacteria use their shapes to navigate complex environments to find nutrients, evade host…

From  Research Princeton Research Day on April 29th, 2020 0 likes 63 plays

THE FINAL PUBLIC ORAL EXAMINATION of Jackie Leung

The Princeton University Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology announces THE FINAL PUBLIC ORAL EXAMINATION of Jackie Leung entitled Helminth-microbe interactions in the vertebrate…

From  EEB EEB Media on May 21st, 2018 0 likes 25 plays