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Can you electrically stimulate wounds to make them heal faster?, Gawoon Shim, G4 (3964478)

As a part of studying ‘collective migration’—the large scale migration of thousands of cells that is important for healing and developmental processes—the CohenLab harnesses a…

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Next Generation Concrete: Exploring the CO2 Sequestration Potential of Low-lime Binders Enabled by Materials Architecture and Additive Manufacturing, Nadia Ralston, UG '22 (3967491)

As society pushes towards industrialization and growing needs for development occur, the global demand for Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is expected to rise concurrently. Yet, as one of the largest…

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Mapping the US Agrifood System at the County-Level, Peter Nixon, Postdoc (3967278)

With the goal of informing local food-action planning, we developed the first county-level database detailing agrifood consumption and production across 3,114 counties in the United States. The…

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Now, or in Seven Years: An Analysis of Social and Traditional Media Responses to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report, Aaron Serianni, UG '25 (3958083)

On April 4, 2022, Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published their contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report, Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change,…

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The Effects of Zygosity on Behavior in a SHANK3B Knockout Mouse Model of Autism, Michael Lenzi, UG '22 (3962744)

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a pervasive disorder mostly diagnosed in young children. Some studies have estimated the rates of ASD in the U.S. to be around 2-3 percent of children, so it is a…

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Design Optimization of Floating Breakwaters, Hamid ElDarwich, G2 (3909917)

Rapid urban population growth and climate change are increasing the impact of coastal hazards and the demand on land space. Floating cities are one of the proposed solutions to alleviate the demand…

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Shine On You Crazy Diamond: Photo-Induced Behavior of GdSbTe, André Koch Liston, UG '23 (3887939)

Light is fast — but not infinitely fast. When electronic circuits become as small as atoms and information travels in the picosecond scale (10^-12 s), detectors must react to ultrafast changes…

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Princeton University Chamber Choir - "FIGURE HUMAINE"

The Princeton University Chamber Choir performs Poulenc's extraordinary cantata Figure humaine, a work written during the Nazi occupation of France, paired with Mary Lou Williams' choral…

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Getting Started with the Research Computing Clusters

This workshop introduces the research computing ecosystem at Princeton: the computing clusters (Nobel, Adroit, Della, Stellar, Tiger, and Traverse), the storage systems available, and the data…

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PPPL's Arturo Dominguez, "How Can We Hold the Sun in a Donut?" SolveItForKids podcast Release Date: 03/01/2022 Libsyn Directory - Liberated…

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Emily Carter Times Radio UK Feb 092022

Princeton University's (and PPPL's) Emily Carter speaks to UK Times Radio host Phil Williams on his Talk Show February 9, 2022 about JET and fusion energy.

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PUEA 2021 Conference Day 3: Closing

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ReMatch+ Intern - Indu Panigrahi

Automating three-dimensional modeling of an Archaeocyathid reef using a Mask R-CNN

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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…

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