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The Role of Ciboulot in the Development of the Drosophila Tracheal System, Natalie Torres, UG '26 (380192FE)

Vascular malformations are the result of atypical development of blood vessels. As with many rare conditions, vascular malformations are understudied, and the mechanisms underlying their formation…

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Mengdi Wang

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Gautam Reddy

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Uri Hasson

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OURSIP Intern- Olivia Taylor

Amplifying Viral Sequences to Identify Cell-type Specific Enhancers Advised by: Prof. Fenna Krienen, Princeton Neuroscience InstituteLakme Caceres, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

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Community resources - Chair: Olivier Vallon

Moving Chlamydomonas from the Lab into Industry and the Dining Room - Travis J MuffTransposable elements of Chlamydomonas: their diversity, genomic landscape and laboratory activity - Rory J.…

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Chlamy 2023 Keynote Speaker 6/6/2023 - Prachee Avasthi

To Chlamy and beyond: exploring new science and new ways to pursue it.

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Connections between Graph Theory and Single-Chain Nanoparticle Morphologies, Sophia Colmenares, UG '24 (2277355)

Single-chain nanoparticles are intriguing materials inspired by proteins that consist of a single precursor polymer chain that has collapsed into a stable structure. In many prospective applications,…

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Can a Batter Predict an Upcoming Pitch Only Using the Pitch Before?, Atharva Pathak, UG '26 (3993450)

Using a round bat to hit a small round baseball traveling 90+ mph and breaking in unexpected directions is considered the hardest activity in sports. Knowing the speed, break, and location of a pitch…

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CITP Lecture: "Arbitrum: From Lab to Market"

The Arbitrum blockchain protocol started as a Princeton University research project, and has grown into a robust community hosting hundred of applications and over 600,000 monthly users. Along the…

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Richard H Wilhelm Lectures "Genome Engineering: A New Engineering Discipline Emerging In The 2020s?" DAY 1

Bernhard Palsson is the Y.C. Fung Endowed Professor in Bioengineering, Professor of Pediatrics, and the Principal Investigator of the Systems Biology Research Group in the Department of…

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Richard H Wilhelm Lectures "Genome Engineering: A New Engineering Discipline Emerging In The 2020s?" DAY 2

Bernhard Palsson is the Y.C. Fung Endowed Professor in Bioengineering, Professor of Pediatrics, and the Principal Investigator of the Systems Biology Research Group in the Department of…

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DataX Workshop 5-2022_Altosaar

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OURSIP Intern - Vivian Chen

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Policy Evaluation via Deep Synthetic Control, Bhishma Dedhia, G2 (3942036)

The Synthetic Control method has pioneered a class of powerful data-driven techniques to estimate the counterfactual reality of a treated unit from several unexposed donor units. At its core, the…

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Policy Evaluation via Deep Synthetic Control, Bhishma Dedhia, G2 (3942036)

The Synthetic Control method has pioneered a class of powerful data-driven techniques to estimate the counterfactual reality of a treated unit from several unexposed donor units. At its core, the…

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