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Strange warping geometry helps to push scientific boundaries .
Some atomic interactions are so complex that Princeton physicists at turning to an unusual branch of geometry to understand them.
More farmers, more problems: How smallholder agriculture is threatening the Western Amazon .
Smallholder agriculture operations pose serious threats to biodiversity, especially in the lush, verdant Western Amazon.
Simons Foundation commits $20 million in quest to understand universe’s beginning .
Princeton astrophysicists are at the core of the Simons Observatory, a telescope under construction in Chile that will equip them to study the universe's earliest history.
Princeton scientists spot two supermassive black holes on collision course with each other>
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