The recipient of the 2020 Pope Prize for Science Writing is Ben Weissenbach '20.
StudioLab is happy to announce a new Raspberry Pi Kit lending program available for on-campus and remote students this semester.
CST's Catherine Riihimaki led a virtual strategic planning workshop with the University of Pennsylvania Department of Earth and Evironmental Science to help reconfigure their undergraduate program in Earth Science.
Have you been working on a project you'd love to share? Do you have some niche topic you've been dying to talk about? Host a RadLab with the StudioLab this upcoming spring semester!
The Council on Science and Technology (CST) provides funding for courses and co-curricular activities that support
We are pleased to share six videos from the LIS 2020.
The Council on Science and Technology (CST) at Princeton is interested in developing a Community of Practice around the issue of diver
In THR/STC 210 (Storytelling with Technology for Performance) students were prompted to take inspiration from music to create a stop motion animati
In STC/THR 210 (Storytelling with Technology for Performance) students were prompted to take inspiration from music to create a stop motion animati
Registration is now open for the Living at the Intersection Symposium (LIS) 2020 which will examine the topic of “Truth and Evidence” at the inters
CST Associate Director Catherine Riihimaki led a virtual workshop for the Department of Geological Sciences at UTEP. This first-of-its-kind workshop brought together UTEP faculty to create strategic action items to increase their student enrollment, engage students in research, and coordinate their curriculum.
Thank you to all of the participants for joining the CST's inaugural Rube Goldberg ® Challenge!
Turning a childhood love of frogs into a battle with one of the largest pesticide companies is some people’s dream, others’ nightmare, and Dr. Tyrone Hayes’ reality. He told his life story as a distinguished speaker in CST’s Evnin Lecture series...
Catherine Riihimaki's workshop, "The Lab, Reimagined" facilitated discussion on how to reimagine a traditional science or engineering lab.
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.
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...
It was “standing room only” for our “Science of Food Preservation” StudioLab Café on November 22, 2019. Over 50 attendees learned about the microbiology of pickling from Robbie LeDesma (MOL-Ph.D. Student), who led the event...