Tuesday, Dec 17, 2019
The Living at the Intersection Symposium (LIS) 2020 will examine the topic of “Truth and Evidence” at the intersection of STEM and the arts humanities and social sciences.
Monday, Dec 16, 2019

We had a full house in the StudioLab on Friday for our “Learn how to Solder: Make a Light-up Snowglobe” Café. StudioLab Café Coordinator, Cynthia Vu instructed students on basic soldering techniques in order to create a circuit using a battery, a switch, and a small LED...

Friday, Nov 22, 2019

It was “standing room only” for our “Science of Food Preservation” StudioLab Café on Nov. 22nd! Over 50 attendees learned about the microbiology of pickling from Robbie LeDesma (MOL-Ph.D.

Thursday, Nov 14, 2019

What do HIV infection and opioid addiction have in common? Rapid escalation in their spread across the US, use of needles as a primary means of delivery to the body, and stigma for those directly and indirectly affected.

Tuesday, Aug 27, 2019

The CST held its first Student Advisory Board (SAB) meeting on October 14th.  The lively discussion ranged from means of ensuring StudioLab access for student organizations to advising CST staff on efficient and effective ways of reaching students.

Saturday, Nov 16, 2019

CST Executive Director, Sami Kahn, enjoyed a well-attended presentation and book signing at the National Science Teaching Association’s 2019 conference in Cincinnati, OH on Nov. 15-16. Dr.

Monday, Nov 4, 2019
Artist Kathryn Hamilton visited THR/STC 210A: Storytelling with Technology for Performance to demonstrate how she uses tools from biohacking and performance to explore current developments in...
Sunday, Nov 3, 2019

On November 2-3, 2019, eight new Princeton Radio Control Club (PRCC) members learned to fly rectangular flight patterns by maintaining altitude and correcting for wind to maintain heading. All four flight controls were explained both on the ground and in a flight...

Tuesday, Oct 29, 2019

The StudioLab's Cynthia Vu '21 and Sara Ryave '24 led a "Light Up Wand" session at the Princeton Public Library.

Thursday, Oct 10, 2019

You are a 19th century botanist, traveling through the Tropics to document the multicolored orchids found there. Unfortunately, specimens fade as they dry out, and paintings change color as they age. What to do? You create paint-by-number drawings that reference standard colors, so that scientists back home can recreate the vibrant colors seen...