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Wolovick: Geoengineering polar glaciers to slow sea-level rise .
Postdoctoral researcher Michael Wolovick argues in a Nature Comment that targeted approaches could prevent glaciers from melting, thereby forestalling some of the most expensive effects of global climate change.
Historians to climate researchers: Let’s talk .
Princeton historian John Haldon is working to bring historians into dialogue with climate change researchers and archaeologists, to bring nuance to the discussion of how societies react to environmental stress.
Symposium celebrates materials institute's role as engine of innovation .
The Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials hosted its annual symposium March 13-14 by recognizing the University's efforts to to translate fundamental scientific research into technological achievements.
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