at Princeton
Feb. 27, 2013

Research updates from
Princeton University
New research from Princeton University suggests ways to find genetic factors behind many human diseases and characteristics.
Starlings strike an optimal balance between the work of responding to social cues from their neighbors and the need to conserve energy. This trade-off yields a special number: seven.
A consortium of industrial partners support two new projects, one aimed at turning municipal solid waste into fuel and the other aimed at reducing greenhouse gases emitted in making concrete.
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  • Forecast: more snow in polar regions, less for the rest of us
  • New light shed on "snakes" that cool fusion reactions
  • Pharmacists as gatekeepers
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