Microevolution in Italian Wall Lizards

Ida Sidik + Julian Velazquez

Mark Eastburn

Size Differences Between Populations

In order to collect this data given in the chart below we went to different areas on the east coast to collect different populations in the Invasive Padarcis Siculus . We started our collecting in the month of May 2021. We collected populations from Princeton Riverside school; Mount Laurel; Westbury, Long Island; And Topeka, Kansas. A total of 12 males were collected from all locations combined, and a total of 16 females, some of which were egg bound, along with 4 juveniles which were also collected from these locations. In doing so we took a series of measurements In order to determine if there was a a significant size difference between each of the populations.


Determining growth, nutrient acquisition, and disease outcomes in Wisconsin Fast Plants fertilized with mealworm frass

Katherine Monroe is a junior at Princeton High School in her second year of the Research Program. Abstract As the practice of rearing insects as a food/feed source becomes increasingly widespread, the question of what to do with insect “frass” (excrement) has arisen. This study aims to explore the potential use of frass from the … Continue reading Determining growth, nutrient acquisition, and disease outcomes in Wisconsin Fast Plants fertilized with mealworm frass

Exploring Implicit Race, Gender, and Prestige Biases in Hiring Situations Using Resumes

Researchers Sam Winn and Aisling O’Dell Sam and Aisling are juniors in their second year of the Princeton High School Research Program.  Alejandro Garcia Fernandez Alejandro is a graduate student at Princeton University, working towards a PhD in sociology.  Professor Dalton Conley  Dalton Clark Conley is an American sociologist, and the supervisor of this research … Continue reading Exploring Implicit Race, Gender, and Prestige Biases in Hiring Situations Using Resumes

Observation of Electron Drift in an Electrostatic Particle Accelerator and a CST

Researchers: Jonathan LaPoint, Niklas Austermann, Sam Winn Our experiment aims to model the electron drift patterns through use of a physical e/m apparatus as well as a CST simulation of the same accelerator. The e/m apparatus, consisting of two coils opposite the tube each with an electrical current as well as two plates, one positive … Continue reading Observation of Electron Drift in an Electrostatic Particle Accelerator and a CST

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