Wednesday, October 23, 2019

WOMEN IN SCIENCE

Karen LinderHelena AxelrodMargaret BisherCorrections or additions?WOMEN IN SCIENCEPrinceton's laboratories aren't devoid of politics, Butresults speak more clearly than genderThis article by Phyllis M. Maguire was published in U.S. 1...

Women in Science

This story is continued from http://www.princetoninfo.com/80121C01.htmlAs the head of the Advanced Networks and Computing Group for the Sarnoff Corporation, Maya Gokhale (GO-klay) confirms the observation that there are fewer...

Gina Kolata: Cloning’s Consequences

It's a Sunday morning in Princeton, and New York Times reporter Gina Kolata is at a church breakfast, tirelessly addressing the issues in her new book. In response to...

Pharm Country

New Faces in PharmaceuticalsAesgen and MayoCanada's MDSVeritasCorrections or additions?Pharm CountryThese articles by Barbara Fox were published in U.S. 1 Newspaperon January 14, 1998. All rights reserved.Top Of PageNew Faces...

In Newark, an Arts Mecca

Corrections or additions?<!-- db/newpac is now 80101C00.txt (htm) and is pretending to be the cover story. Date of 1-1-97 is unusual --!>In Newark, an Arts MeccaThis article by Elaine...

How’m I Doing?

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In Newark, an Arts Mecca

With signs as thick as dandelions in a spring lawn, it was no challenge at all to drive to Newark's new New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC). Approaching the...

Not Long Ago, Nor Far Away

Once upon a time, there was a young woman who loved to read stories. She traveled to a great university to study Chinese and heard in a nearby public...

Watermarks: Going Digital

Hold one of those new hundred dollar bills up to the light, the Ben Franklin portrait facing you. Now look to the right. You'll see another portrait of Ben...

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.