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Princeton study suggests that monkeys, like humans, may have 'self-domesticated' .
A team of scientists determined that changing an infant monkey's verbal development also changed a physical marker of domesticity: a patch of light fur on its forehead. This link between tameness and language development supports the theory that humans have "self domesticated."
Addressing humanity's environmental challenges .
Princeton University launches digital initiative to share expertise on some of the world’s most urgent problems
Tighter border policies leave migrants vulnerable to effects of climate change .
New research suggests that restrictive border policies could increase many people’s vulnerability to extreme climate conditions and weaken economic prosperity by limiting their ability to emigrate from countries where conditions such as drought, heat waves and rising seas are worsening due to climate change.
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