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A better understanding of 'wet markets' is key to safeguarding human health and biodiversity .
To help policymakers distinguish benign markets from dangerous ones, a team of Princeton researchers led by Bing Lin and David Wilcove analyzed the different types of so-called 'wet markets,' how they function, and the risk they pose to people and wildlife.
Net-Zero America in action: America’s windy coastlines and scaling offshore wind power .
Princeton University's Marcus Hultmark, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and Elie Bou-Zeid, professor of civil and environmental engineering and director of the Program in Environmental Engineering and Water Resources, comment on the history and future of the U.S. wind industry.
New evidence for electron’s dual nature found in a quantum spin liquid .
New experiments conducted at Princeton University provide evidence for a decades-old theory that, in the quantum regime, an electron behaves as if it is made of two particles, one particle that carries its negative charge and the other that gives it a magnet-like property called spin. The Princeton team detected evidence for this theory in materials called quantum spin liquids.
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