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Princeton’s Scientists Represented in Most but Not All Nobel Prize Winning Fields

Princeton’s Scientists Represented in Most but Not All Nobel Prize Winning Fields

By Ellie Sell – Princeton has been recognized as one of the best research institutions in the country. But Princeton possesses a mixed record when it comes to producing world-leading research in the newly emerging fields in the chemical sciences.

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A tree falls down during Hurricane Sandy outside Alexander Hall. Credit to The Daily Princetonian.

A Princetonian’s Guide to New Jersey’s Warming

by Eve Barnett “There is no longer any credible scientific debate about the basic facts: our world continues to warm,” attested four former Republican EPA Chairmen last week in their New York Times op-ed: “A Republican Case for Climate Action.” Climate change is occurring, and since the science is not […]

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A Legendary Canadian Speaking Next Monday at the Woodrow Wilson School

A Legendary Canadian Speaking Next Monday at the Woodrow Wilson School

by Mark Sholdice On Monday 25 March, Ken Dryden will be speaking at the Woodrow Wilson School for an appearance sponsored by the Program in Canadian Studies.  You may be interested in attending – Dryden is not only a legendary hockey player, but is also a leading Canadian Liberal. Before entering politics, […]

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A Princetonian’s Guide to the Sequester

by Eve Barnett We keep hearing and reading about the ominous “sequester” that will take place on March 1st, should Congress not take action. Despite all the hype being raised by politicians and reporters, the sequester is difficult to understand—what is it? And if it happens, how will it affect […]

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