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Diving robots find that Antarctic seas release surprising amounts of carbon dioxide in winter .
Autonomous floats deployed in the Southern Ocean provide the first comprehensive data to suggest that the open water surrounding Antarctica releases significantly more carbon dioxide in winter than previously thought.
How we explain the behavior of others depends on our beliefs about their ‘true selves’ .
Simon Cullen, a postdoctoral research associate in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute, finds most people attribute negative behavior to circumstance rather than one's own agency.
Princeton in Space: ISʘIS launch lights up the sky .
A Princeton-led instrument aboard the Parker Space Probe launched Aug. 12 from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The spacecraft will fly through the corona — the sun's fiery atmosphere — 24 times over the next seven years.
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