Two million-year-old ice cores provide first direct observations of an ancient climate.
Princeton University-led researchers have extracted 2 million-year-old ice cores from Antarctica that provide the first direct observations of Earth’s climate at a time when the furred early ancestors of modern humans still roamed. Gas bubbles trapped in the cores — which are the oldest yet recovered — contain pristine samples of carbon dioxide, methane and other gases that serve as “snapshots” of prehistoric atmospheric conditions and temperatures.
U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on Princeton, Microsoft challenge to DACA termination.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday on cases challenging the federal government’s termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, including a complaint filed by Princeton University, Microsoft and Princeton graduate María Perales Sánchez.
Pioneering NASA engineer Darden shares her journey from ‘human computer’ to expert in supersonic flight
Statistics show: Vocal music really is universal
Foam offers way to manipulate light
Boosting wind farmers, global winds reverse decades of slowing and pick up speed
Schmidt DataX Fund supports research projects that harness data science to speed up discovery
Achieving climate goals requires setting a price on carbon, experts say at Andlinger Center meeting
Fighting to protect Dreamers: Why Microsoft and Princeton University are taking their case to the Supreme Court.
An op-ed by Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber and Microsoft Corp. President Brad Smith on why Microsoft and Princeton University are taking their case to the Supreme Court to protect Dreamers was published in a TIME Ideas column this week. On Nov. 12, the Supreme Court hears cases related to DACA.
University releases Title IX reports and announces next steps to strengthen process.
Princeton University released two new reports and announced next steps to further strengthen its policies, resources and communications related to sexual misconduct on campus. In a letter to the campus community, Provost Deborah Prentice underscored the University’s commitment to supporting all members of the Princeton community.
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