at Princeton
June 28, 2013

Research updates from
Princeton University
Power Line (Source Creative Commons)
Systems such as a beating heart or a power grid that depend on the synchronized movement of their parts could fall prey to an invisible and chaotic tug-of-war known as a "chimera."
Data on births, deaths, insurance claims and other records are helping economist Janet Currie tackle big questions about child health.
Bone Fragments
Researchers have identified a benign bone tumor in the rib of a young Neandertal who lived about 120,000 years ago.
The figure above shows the various depths (in meters) that animals migrate to during the day to escape predators.
Small fish and plankton carry oxygen to sea depths, serving a crucial and underappreciated role in ocean chemistry on a global scale.

More from the Princeton Journal Watch blog.
Free and Open to the Public

Through August 2013 at the Princeton University Library
Treasures of American history

Through August 2013 at the Friend Center Engineering Library
Exhibition celebrates, examines German thin-shell structures

Research at Princeton is a monthly newsletter publicizing discoveries made by University faculty, research staff and students. It is produced by the Office of the Dean for Research.

Visit our web site
for more news.


Click to view this email in a browser

If you no longer wish to receive these emails, please reply to this message with "Unsubscribe" in the subject line or simply click on the following link: Unsubscribe

Click here to forward this email to a friend

Princeton University Office of the Dean for Research
91 Prospect Ave.
Princeton, NJ 08540

Read the VerticalResponse marketing policy.

Non-Profits Email Free with VerticalResponse!