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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Joseph Parker

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of PopulationsPresented by Joseph Parker “The emergence and fate of ecological relationships”

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OURSIP Intern - Sophia Zelizer

The Clock is in Control: How Light Cycles Regulate the Immune System Mentor: Prof. John Brooks, Molecular Biology

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OURSIP Intern - Andrew Guo

Cas13-Seq: Towards a Novel Single-Cell Transcriptome Profiling Technique Mentors: Prof. Cameron Myhrvold, Molecular Biology Chris Guan, Molecular Biology

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Amy Winecoff: DataX Information Technology Policy Data Scientist

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MyUHS - Uploading Documentation

This video reviews the process to upload documentation that supports health history, including records from other medical providers, proof of immunizations, and past test results, into a…

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"It's All in Your Head": Disparities in Colposcopy Description Between Patients and Medical Professionals, Miriam Stern, UG '22 (3965441)

Historically, women have been more likely than men to have their pain dismissed by physicians as being “all in their head.” The minimization of pain experiences by the medical community…

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Towards DESRED: A Diverse Explorable Super Resolution Evaluation Dataset, Phillip Taylor, UG '22 (3954081)

The task of explorable super resolution (ESR) reconstructs multiple possible high resolution (HR) image variants for a given single low resolution (LR) image. However, due to the novelty and…

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Public and private transportation in Chinese cities: Impacts of population size, city wealth, urban typology, and the built environment, Xiangwen Fu, G4 (3954227)

The development of urban transportation is affected by population size, city wealth, urban typology, and the built environment and has significant implications for urban sustainability. We analyze…

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The Hottest Worlds in the Universe, Samuel Yee, G4 (3958227)

The first planets to be discovered orbiting stars other than our Sun -- exoplanets -- were a type of planet we hadn't expected, based on our expectations from our own solar system. We call these…

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CITP Seminar: Amy Winecoff - Today’s Machine Learning Needs Yesterday’s Social Science

Research on machine learning (ML) algorithms, as well as on their ethical impacts, has focused largely on mathematical or computational questions. However, for algorithmic systems to be useful,…

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Bradford Seminar: "Radiation Exposures and Compensation of Victims from French Nuclear Testing in the Pacific"by Sébastien Philippe

Between 1966 and 1996, France conducted 193 atmospheric and underground nuclear weapons tests in Polynesia in the Southern Pacific Ocean, affecting the environment and the health of local communities…

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Geniza Lab Live with Matthew Dudley

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(Episode 4) Scams Targeting Students

This series of short videos answers frequently asked information security questions and shares insights from professionals in the field. Join us as we ask the important questions and have some fun in…

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2021 P3 Professional Development at Princeton Session

Professional development is an intrinsic part of graduate education at Princeton University, broadening the reach and impact of academic training by preparing our students to make transformative…

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OURSIP Intern - Inci Karaaslan

Cross-Entropy-Style Benchmarking of a 13 ns Perfect Entangler

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OURSIP Intern - Lauren Okamoto

Imputing Single-Cell Expression Data based on Joint Statistical Modeling of Spatial and RNA Sequencing

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