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Urban Tap Water and Human Health
Professors John Higgins and Janet Currie combine science with community service
So much depends on the velocity of tiny droplets cast upward
New research describes the velocity of aerosols cast upward as bubbles on a liquid's surface burst.
Saving our cities and ourselves:
A Q&A with PEI's Ashley Dawson
Theory suggests root efficiency,
independence drove global spread of flora
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PEI announces ChESS Series on environmental science
The Princeton Environmental Institute has established the new ChESS: Challenges in Environmental Sciences Seminar Series, starting Feb. 15.
New Orleans' Black Masking Indian chiefs discuss art, community
Big Chief Darryl Montana and Chief Demond Melancon of New Orleans' Black Masking Indian groups visited Princeton to discuss the artistry and community of...
Swamp microbe has pollution-munching superpower
Princeton researchers discovered bacterium in a New Jersey wetland that has the surprising ability to degrade pollutants without using oxygen.
Lessons from lemurs: To make friends, show off your smarts
A Princeton study of ring-tailed lemurs suggests that a clever individual's social position can improve if others see their problem-solving skills pay off.
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"Against the Idea of a New Epoch: Who is the 'Anthro' in the Anthropocene?"
Guyot Hall, Room 100
ChESS Series lecture with Manu Prakash, Stanford University
Maeder Hall - Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
Africa Wildlife Conservation Workshop
Frist Campus Center, Multipurpose Room A
Bradford Seminar Series: "Near-term Opportunities to Develop Carbon Dioxide Removal In the United States"
Wallace Hall, Room 300