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Once seen as fleeting, a new solar tech proves its lasting power .
Princeton Engineering researchers have developed the first perovskite solar cell with a 30-year lifespan. The new device is the first of its kind to rival the performance of silicon-based solar cells. A pioneering new test method will help industry develop consumer-friendly products.
What did Megalodon eat? Anything it wanted — including other predators .
New Princeton research shows that prehistoric megatooth sharks — the biggest sharks that ever lived — were apex predators at the highest level ever measured.
How restoring abandoned farms to natural habitats can mitigate climate change .
A new Princeton study finds that policy interventions are the key to making it happen before the opportunity passes.
'Fantastic giant tortoise,' believed extinct, confirmed alive in the Galápagos>
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