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Princeton Research Computing introduces newest TIGER supercomputer .
Replacing a cluster installed in 2012, Princeton’s new flagship computer, TIGER, can perform at close to six times the power of its predecessor.
Implanting diamonds with flaws to provide key technology for quantum communications .
Princeton University researchers are using diamonds to help create a communication network that relies on a property of subatomic particles known as their quantum state.
Southeast Asian forest loss much greater than expected, with negative implications for climate .
Researchers using satellite imaging have found much greater than expected deforestation since 2000 in the highlands of Southeast Asia, a critically important world ecosystem.
Researchers apply computing power to track the spread of cancer>
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