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Breakthrough laboratory confirmation of key theory behind the formation of planets, stars and supermassive black holes .
A novel PPPL device has now confirmed a 30-year-old theory about the puzzling formation of planets, stars and supermassive black holes.
The Pacific Ocean’s oxygen-starved 'OMZ' is growing, Princeton research finds .
Until recently, climate models have been unable to say whether OMZs will grow or shrink from climate change. Now, a team led by Princeton’s Laure Resplandy has confidently predicted that the boundaries of the Pacific OMZ, will expand by as up to 2 million additional cubic miles by the end of the century.
Princeton research offers unexpected insights on the emergence of the Bering Land Bridge and the growth of ice sheets .
The work, published in late December in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, places human migration into a new context.
Kepler's first exoplanet is spiraling toward its doom>
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