Jeanette Beebe

Aging, health care, & tech: Forbes, Daily Beast, Fast Company, SciAm, NPR/WHYY.
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Jul 14, 2019
The Wild West of Anti-Aging Medicine

In a remote fishing lodge in Soldotna, Alaska—a town of just over 4000 people along 2 million pristine acres of protected wilderness—Dr Robert Ledda leads a specialized medical practice designed to help his patients manage or even optimize aging.…

In a remote fishing lodge in Soldotna, Alaska—a town of just over 4000 people along 2 million pristine acres of protected wilderness—Dr Robert Ledda leads a specialized medical practice designed to help his patients manage or even optimize aging.…

In a remote fishing lodge in Soldotna, Alaska—a town of just over 4000 people along 2 million pristine acres of protected wilderness—Dr Robert Ledda leads a specialized medical practice designed to help his patients manage or even optimize aging.…

Serving by Teaching

Across the state, from Trenton to North Jersey, a tenacious group of Princetonians is reporting for duty in a unique classroom. They’re students — and soon-to-be teachers. After years of coursework, fieldwork, and student teaching, this pack of…

Across the state, from Trenton to North Jersey, a tenacious group of Princetonians is reporting for duty in a unique classroom. They’re students — and soon-to-be teachers. After years of coursework, fieldwork, and student teaching, this pack of…

Across the state, from Trenton to North Jersey, a tenacious group of Princetonians is reporting for duty in a unique classroom. They’re students — and soon-to-be teachers. After years of coursework, fieldwork, and student teaching, this pack of…

Mar 22, 2019
What you don’t know about your health data will make you sick

This story is part of The Privacy Divide, a series that explores the fault lines and disparities–economic, cultural, philosophical–that have developed around data privacy and its impacts on society. Every time you shuffle through a line at the…

This story is part of The Privacy Divide, a series that explores the fault lines and disparities–economic, cultural, philosophical–that have developed around data privacy and its impacts on society. Every time you shuffle through a line at the…

This story is part of The Privacy Divide, a series that explores the fault lines and disparities–economic, cultural, philosophical–that have developed around data privacy and its impacts on society. Every time you shuffle through a line at the…

Feb 7, 2019
This Fusion Technology Could Make Clean Energy Drastically Cheaper

Getty The most ambitious clean energy option — fusion, a lesser-known type of nuclear power that could one day put a near-limitless supply of electricity on the grid — has faced one big problem for years: It's expensive. The research is expensive.…

Getty The most ambitious clean energy option — fusion, a lesser-known type of nuclear power that could one day put a near-limitless supply of electricity on the grid — has faced one big problem for years: It's expensive. The research is expensive.…

Getty The most ambitious clean energy option — fusion, a lesser-known type of nuclear power that could one day put a near-limitless supply of electricity on the grid — has faced one big problem for years: It's expensive. The research is expensive.…

Jan 3, 2019
Artificial Intelligence That Helps Doctors Predict When Patients Will Die

(Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.) Our final days are difficult because they are infused with uncertainty: We don’t know which meal, conversation, embrace or even goodbye will be our last.…

(Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.) Our final days are difficult because they are infused with uncertainty: We don’t know which meal, conversation, embrace or even goodbye will be our last.…

(Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.) Our final days are difficult because they are infused with uncertainty: We don’t know which meal, conversation, embrace or even goodbye will be our last.…

Dec 11, 2018
That Sugar Rush Is All In Your Head

We've all heard of the "sugar rush." It's a vision that prompts parents and even teachers to snatch candy away from kids, fearing they'll soon be bouncing off the walls, wired and hyperactive. It’s a myth American culture has clung to for decades—and…

We've all heard of the "sugar rush." It's a vision that prompts parents and even teachers to snatch candy away from kids, fearing they'll soon be bouncing off the walls, wired and hyperactive. It’s a myth American culture has clung to for decades—and…

We've all heard of the "sugar rush." It's a vision that prompts parents and even teachers to snatch candy away from kids, fearing they'll soon be bouncing off the walls, wired and hyperactive. It’s a myth American culture has clung to for decades—and…

Dec 11, 2018
That Sugar Rush Is All In Your Head

We've all heard of the "sugar rush." It's a vision that prompts parents and even teachers to snatch candy away from kids, fearing they'll soon be bouncing off the walls, wired and hyperactive. It’s a myth American culture has clung to for decades—and…

We've all heard of the "sugar rush." It's a vision that prompts parents and even teachers to snatch candy away from kids, fearing they'll soon be bouncing off the walls, wired and hyperactive. It’s a myth American culture has clung to for decades—and…

We've all heard of the "sugar rush." It's a vision that prompts parents and even teachers to snatch candy away from kids, fearing they'll soon be bouncing off the walls, wired and hyperactive. It’s a myth American culture has clung to for decades—and…

Alumni News New Films by Vasarhelyi ’00, Hartofilis ’03 Earn Critical Acclaim

Directors: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi ’00 and Jimmy Chin. Vasarhelyi has made six full-length documentaries, beginning with A Normal Life (2003), which was inspired by her senior thesis on postwar Kosovo. A comparative literature major, she and…

Directors: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi ’00 and Jimmy Chin. Vasarhelyi has made six full-length documentaries, beginning with A Normal Life (2003), which was inspired by her senior thesis on postwar Kosovo. A comparative literature major, she and…

Directors: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi ’00 and Jimmy Chin. Vasarhelyi has made six full-length documentaries, beginning with A Normal Life (2003), which was inspired by her senior thesis on postwar Kosovo. A comparative literature major, she and…

Oct 31, 2018
How old-school silicon could bring quantum computers to the masses

The path forward in quantum computing is unclear, but for big governments and a range of companies, the destination isn’t: quantum advantage, or quantum supremacy, the point at which a quantum computer can outperform a classical computer at a…

The path forward in quantum computing is unclear, but for big governments and a range of companies, the destination isn’t: quantum advantage, or quantum supremacy, the point at which a quantum computer can outperform a classical computer at a…

The path forward in quantum computing is unclear, but for big governments and a range of companies, the destination isn’t: quantum advantage, or quantum supremacy, the point at which a quantum computer can outperform a classical computer at a…

Oct 30, 2018
Can a drone save your life? Possibly

Bloomberg This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. It is part of the Strengthening Rural Health Care For Older Adults Special Report. Remoteness is what makes family worry about us. It’s true at any age — from a daughter who sets…

Bloomberg This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. It is part of the Strengthening Rural Health Care For Older Adults Special Report. Remoteness is what makes family worry about us. It’s true at any age — from a daughter who sets…

Bloomberg This article is reprinted by permission from NextAvenue.org. It is part of the Strengthening Rural Health Care For Older Adults Special Report. Remoteness is what makes family worry about us. It’s true at any age — from a daughter who sets…

Oct 16, 2018
Drone Ambulances to the Rescue

(Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.) Remoteness is what makes family worry about us. It’s true at any age — from a daughter who sets off on a weekend hike into the deep woods to a couple who…

(Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.) Remoteness is what makes family worry about us. It’s true at any age — from a daughter who sets off on a weekend hike into the deep woods to a couple who…

(Editor’s note: This story is part of a special report for The John A. Hartford Foundation.) Remoteness is what makes family worry about us. It’s true at any age — from a daughter who sets off on a weekend hike into the deep woods to a couple who…

Sep 12, 2018
U.N. group calls on Iran to release Princeton graduate student

The U.N.’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has concluded that Iran had “no legal basis” for arresting and detaining U.S. prisoner Xiyue Wang, who has spent more than 850 days behind bars in Iran. Wang, a fourth-year graduate student in …

The U.N.’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has concluded that Iran had “no legal basis” for arresting and detaining U.S. prisoner Xiyue Wang, who has spent more than 850 days behind bars in Iran. Wang, a fourth-year graduate student in …

The U.N.’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has concluded that Iran had “no legal basis” for arresting and detaining U.S. prisoner Xiyue Wang, who has spent more than 850 days behind bars in Iran. Wang, a fourth-year graduate student in …

Sep 4, 2018
Rainforests Are Fast Becoming a Laboratory for Cancer Drugs

Djaja D. Soejarto has been trekking through the rain forests of Laos and Vietnam for over two decades in search of cytotoxic molecules—the anticancer drugs of the future. It's a quest—a biological prospecting—that depends on carefully-crafted …

Djaja D. Soejarto has been trekking through the rain forests of Laos and Vietnam for over two decades in search of cytotoxic molecules—the anticancer drugs of the future. It's a quest—a biological prospecting—that depends on carefully-crafted …

Djaja D. Soejarto has been trekking through the rain forests of Laos and Vietnam for over two decades in search of cytotoxic molecules—the anticancer drugs of the future. It's a quest—a biological prospecting—that depends on carefully-crafted …

Aug 3, 2018
Black Women Suffer From Eating Disorders, Too

GlobalStock Pop culture tells us one thing about eating disorders: It’s a ‘white girl’ disease. From The Bachelor to Natalie Portman’s Nina in Black Swan to Lily Collins’ Ellen in To the Bone, eating disorders seem to only affect affluent white girls …

GlobalStock Pop culture tells us one thing about eating disorders: It’s a ‘white girl’ disease. From The Bachelor to Natalie Portman’s Nina in Black Swan to Lily Collins’ Ellen in To the Bone, eating disorders seem to only affect affluent white girls …

GlobalStock Pop culture tells us one thing about eating disorders: It’s a ‘white girl’ disease. From The Bachelor to Natalie Portman’s Nina in Black Swan to Lily Collins’ Ellen in To the Bone, eating disorders seem to only affect affluent white girls …

Jun 22, 2018
Should You Put a Camera in Your Loved One’s Nursing Home Room?

At some point during her stay in the memory care wing of a large, long-term facility in Hamilton Township, N.J., Marie Tykarski started to complain of pain. Getting to the bottom of what happened — understanding how and why she got hurt — took …

At some point during her stay in the memory care wing of a large, long-term facility in Hamilton Township, N.J., Marie Tykarski started to complain of pain. Getting to the bottom of what happened — understanding how and why she got hurt — took …

At some point during her stay in the memory care wing of a large, long-term facility in Hamilton Township, N.J., Marie Tykarski started to complain of pain. Getting to the bottom of what happened — understanding how and why she got hurt — took …

May 21, 2018
Collaborative Journalism Summit: Projects to fight disinformation in elections popping up all over the world

Collaborative Journalism Summit: Projects to fight disinformation in elections popping up all over the world Grégoire Lemarchand shared how CrossCheck worked in France and how its lessons could be applied in the U.S. this year In his keynote …

Collaborative Journalism Summit: Projects to fight disinformation in elections popping up all over the world Grégoire Lemarchand shared how CrossCheck worked in France and how its lessons could be applied in the U.S. this year In his keynote …

Collaborative Journalism Summit: Projects to fight disinformation in elections popping up all over the world Grégoire Lemarchand shared how CrossCheck worked in France and how its lessons could be applied in the U.S. this year In his keynote …

May 21, 2018
Collaborative Journalism Summit: Mainstream media need to actively look for ways to partner with ethnic media

Collaborative Journalism Summit: Mainstream media need to actively look for ways to partner with ethnic media Daniela Gerson also emphasizes equitable collaborative efforts, investing in relationships during opening keynote session After a quick …

Collaborative Journalism Summit: Mainstream media need to actively look for ways to partner with ethnic media Daniela Gerson also emphasizes equitable collaborative efforts, investing in relationships during opening keynote session After a quick …

Collaborative Journalism Summit: Mainstream media need to actively look for ways to partner with ethnic media Daniela Gerson also emphasizes equitable collaborative efforts, investing in relationships during opening keynote session After a quick …

Finding a Voice

Racial harmony. Understanding. Mutual respect. These values are central to the spirit of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, a volunteer-led awards program celebrating high school students nationwide. First envisioned by Henry von Kohorn ’66, the …

Racial harmony. Understanding. Mutual respect. These values are central to the spirit of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, a volunteer-led awards program celebrating high school students nationwide. First envisioned by Henry von Kohorn ’66, the …

Racial harmony. Understanding. Mutual respect. These values are central to the spirit of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, a volunteer-led awards program celebrating high school students nationwide. First envisioned by Henry von Kohorn ’66, the …

Apr 12, 2018
In Princeton talk, former ambassador to Russia urges ‘strategic patience’

“What I want to convey to you is that it’s pretty bad. Most certainly, some elements of our moment today are worse than some of the more cooperative periods during the Cold War,” former ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul told a packed auditorium at …

“What I want to convey to you is that it’s pretty bad. Most certainly, some elements of our moment today are worse than some of the more cooperative periods during the Cold War,” former ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul told a packed auditorium at …

“What I want to convey to you is that it’s pretty bad. Most certainly, some elements of our moment today are worse than some of the more cooperative periods during the Cold War,” former ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul told a packed auditorium at …

Apr 5, 2018
The Magnetic Therapy That Could Recover Your Memories

Shutterstock Try to recall a conversation without hearing it in your head. It’s difficult, because sound impacts our memory formation. That’s why we forget the milk at the store, and leave without the one thing we came for: we heard the instructions, …

Shutterstock Try to recall a conversation without hearing it in your head. It’s difficult, because sound impacts our memory formation. That’s why we forget the milk at the store, and leave without the one thing we came for: we heard the instructions, …

Shutterstock Try to recall a conversation without hearing it in your head. It’s difficult, because sound impacts our memory formation. That’s why we forget the milk at the store, and leave without the one thing we came for: we heard the instructions, …