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How water turns into ice — with quantum accuracy .
Combining artificial intelligence and quantum mechanics, researchers at Princeton have simulated what happens at the molecular level when water freezes. The result is the most complete yet simulation of the first steps in ice “nucleation,” a process important for climate and weather modeling.
Princeton research shows how the decline in pollinators can ripple across ecosystems .
As pollinators like honeybees and butterflies decline worldwide, it changes the competitive playing field in favor of plants that are better at wooing pollinators.
Garip named to Census Bureau committee on racial, ethnic and other populations .
Princeton professor of sociology and public affairs Filiz Garip has been selected to be a member of the U.S. Census Bureau’s National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic, and Other Populations.
Bumblebees kept in isolation make up for it by being more social later>
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