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Documenting Violence: Surveying Haitian Perspectives and Experiences Amidst Governance Turmoil and Escalating Gang Violence, Gil Sander Joseph, UG '25 (716B9055)

Haiti is going through a particularly tumultuous period in its recent history marked by a complex governance crisis and the expansion of geographic and political control of gangs over Haitian…

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Exploring the Predictive Potential of ESM1-b on Identifying Sub-cellular Protein Localizations, Shazra Raza, UG '24 (ED8F687F)

Proteins, a fundamental component of all cellular processes, exhibit diverse functions which are dictated by their unique structures. Large language models (LLMs), such as ESM1-b, have recently…

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Disruption and Detours: Conceptualizing the Future of an Ever-Changing Campus, Delaney McCarty, UG '26 (9BA40435)

My research for WRI 220 aims to relate Princeton’s construction to existing scholarship on campus planning. I use a framework suggested by Hajrasouliha, a scholar in the field of urban…

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Agents with aspirations: A Prospect Theory approach to intrinsic motivation in Reinforcement Learning, Lucas James Irwin, UG '23 (2270745)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming ubiquitous, yet the lack of transparency in its decision-making process and its value system raises alarms. To address this, my senior thesis combines…

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Ripples in my protein: How different parts of a protein talk to each other and change its structure, Sohit Miglani, GS (4088652)

Proteins change their structure to perform different functions. We have always known that proteins can exist in different structures but the molecular mechanisms that allow parts of a protein to talk…

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How string theory can guide our search for dark energy, David Shlivko, GS (2265886)

Over the past century, astronomical observations have taught us that the observable universe—that is, the fabric of space itself—is expanding. For most of the universe's…

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Celebrate Princeton Innovation 2022 - Barry Rand: Perovskite lasers for optical communications

The world’s first electrically pumped thin-film laser could be transformative for a range of applications including self-driving cars, facial recognition and emerging communication…

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2022-09-20 Supervisors Meeting

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OURSIP Intern - Nathan Shin

The Neural Basis of Taste Aversion Mentors: Prof. Ilana Witten, PNI Dr. Chris Zimmerman, PNI

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L'Avant-Scène presents "SOEURS" by Pascal Rambert

The Troupe of L'Avant-Scène will perform its third and last play of the academic year, "Soeurs" by Pascal Rambert. The production will feature Sandra Chen ’24 & Lana…

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Developing methods of measuring Mean Radiant Heat Transfer, Alexander Kim, UG '24 (3958734)

Modern temperature control systems heat and cool rooms and buildings via convection (i.e., air conditioning); these methods are inefficient and are responsible for 40% of US greenhouse gas emissions.…

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HiddenVoices: Uncovering Diverse Enslaved Perspectives, Veronica Abebe, UG '22 (3961635)

In the last few decades, although there has been growing scholarship focused on slavery and its impact in the United States, narratives of enslaved populations continue to be largely ignored by the…

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The gut microbiome are factories of small molecules, Moamen Elmassry, Post Doc (3885983)

Trillions of bacteria live in our gut. This community of microbes is called the gut microbiome. The gut microbiome is a rich source of small molecules. While the majority of gut microbiome-derived…

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Celebrate Princeton Innovation 2021: Adam Finkelstein and Jiaqi Su: AI-driven cleanup of audio recordings

Professor Adam Finkelstein and graduate student Jiaqi Su detail how a new method could improve the listening experience for podcasts, video voice-overs and audio books. The technology uses artificial…

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