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Siobhan Roberts
September 14, 2021
The mathematician Ingrid Daubechies' pioneering work in signal processing helped make our electronic world possible -- and beat a path for women in the field.
Morgan Kelly
August 24, 2021
Water "blisters" trapped beneath the thick interior of Greenland's ice sheet could provide critical insight into the hydrological network coursing deep below Earth's second largest body of ice--and how it might be destabilized by climate change, according to a new study.
Karen Hao
August 13, 2021
MIT Technology Review
The AI research community has tried to scrub away its past. But the internet is forever
Science X staff
July 19, 2021
Princeton researchers have debuted a novel way of generating and potentially controlling locomotion in tiny objects called artificial swimmers. These swimmers have sparked considerable interest for their potential applications in medicine, industry and other sectors.
Ross Kenneth Urken
June 14, 2021
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Cara Giaimo
May 19, 2021
The insect cohort known as Brood X may not emerge on Long Island, a sign of humanity's effects on even nature's most reliable periodic events.
Geraldine Fabrikant
May 6, 2021
At Yale, a colleague said, he showed "there was a way to compete hard and well in financial markets, but to have our lives be about something that mattered more."
CytoSorbents Corporation
May 4, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- CytoSorbents Corporation (NASDAQ: CTSO), a critical care leader using its CytoSorb® blood purification technology to treat life-threatening...
The Bank of Princeton
April 22, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- The Bank of Princeton (the "Bank") (NASDAQ: BPRN) today reported its unaudited results of operations and financial condition for the quarter...
The Bank of Princeton
March 9, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of The Bank of Princeton (the "Bank") (NASDAQ: BPRN) today announced that it has adopted a stock repurchase program to...
The Bank of Princeton
January 28, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- The Bank of Princeton (the "Bank") (NASDAQ: BPRN) today reported its unaudited results of operations and financial condition for the quarter...
By Natalie Sherman
January 27, 2021
BBC News
The new US president has called on a team of Ivy League-trained economists and lawyers to "heal" the economy.
Emily Pontecorvo
January 22, 2021
Researchers estimate that the U.S. will need to devote between 93,000 and 400,000 square miles of land to wind farms in order to achieve net-zero.
Science X staff
December 14, 2020
A hyper-sensitive instrument, deep underground in Italy, has finally succeeded at the nearly impossible task of detecting CNO neutrinos (tiny particles pointing to the presence of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen) from our sun's core. These little-known particles reveal the last missing detail of the fusion cycle powering our sun and other stars.
Science X staff
December 14, 2020
Electrons inhabit a strange and topsy-turvy world. These infinitesimally small particles have never ceased to amaze and mystify despite the more than a century that scientists have studied them. Now, in an even more amazing twist, physicists have discovered that, under certain conditions, interacting electrons can create what are called 'topological quantum states.' This finding, which was recently published in the journal Nature, has implications for many technological fields of study, especially information technology.
Alex Coop
November 23, 2020
IT Business
One of North America's largest Salesforce consulting and app development firms is betting big on rural Canada, a move its chief executive officer thinks other small enterprises should mimic to help Canada accelerate its overdue transition to a knowledge economy.
Dennis Overbye
November 23, 2020
It might be possible, physicists say, but not anytime soon. And there's no guarantee that we humans will understand the result.
Julia Pugachevsky
November 11, 2020
Business Insider
These online classes from Stanford University are all free to enroll in, covering subjects like COVID-19, inequality, quantum mechanics, and more.
Siobhan Roberts
April 16, 2020
He made profound contributions to number theory, coding theory, probability theory, topology, algebra and more -- and created games from it all. He died of the coronavirus.
December 26, 2019
Princeton scientists demonstrate that two silicon quantum bits can communicate across relatively long distances in a turning point for the technology. Imagine a world where people could only talk to their next-door neighbor, and messages must be passed house to house to reach far destinations.
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