With Venture Forward, Princeton University is embarking on a new engagement and fundraising campaign dedicated to sharing Princeton’s defining principles and their impact on the world. To support the launch of the campaign, the 'Dare to Venture' video series introduces Princeton faculty and alumni who are daring to ask the questions that can vault us from the present to the possible.
Robert Pringle is asking: “What if we used DNA sequences to understand and restore balance in damaged ecosystems? Could we bring a broken landscape back within our lifetime?” At the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya and Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Pringle and other Princeton researchers are studying the ripple effects that go through an ecosystem when species suffer population decline.
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