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Sea level rise is speeding up, says Princeton climatologist Michael Oppenheimer .
Princeton's Michael Oppenheimer spoke on CBS's "60 Minutes" about the threat posed by rising sea levels to many cities, including UNESCO World Heritage Site Venice, Italy.
Historian Kruse revisits the legacy of Princeton alumnus and civil rights champion John Doar .
Using the John Doar Papers at Princeton, Kevin Kruse uncovers new insights into the civil rights movement.
Baby and adult brains ‘sync up’ during play, finds Princeton Baby Lab .
It's not your imagination -- you and your baby really are on the same wavelength. A team of Princeton researchers has now measured baby and adult brain activity moving in sync as they play and interact together.
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