Princeton University engineers have developed a new laser-sensing technology that may allow soldiers to detect hidden bombs from a distance and scientists to better measure airborne environmental pollutants and greenhouse gases.
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Archive – January 2011
CMI has received a commitment of $11 million from BP as part of an extension of their partnership first announced in October 2008.
WWS' Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study: "King's Dream Deferred for Children of Unmarried Parents"
As the nation prepares to celebrate the life and achievements of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., work by researchers at Princeton and Columbia Universities shows King's dream deferred for millions of children. The reason? A significant increase over the past 40 years in the percentage of children born into fragile families, defined as couples who are unmarried when their children are born.