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Light Forms Crystal-Like Structure On Computer Chip
Light that's truly crystal clear
PopSci Q&A: How Much Do Presidential Debates Matter?
And what do voters really care about? The authors of "Democracy Despite Itself: Why a System That Shouldn't Work At All Works So Well" weigh in.
The Labs That Go Boom: The Plasma Physics Laboratory Makes Miniature Suns
Cranking out plasma at 100 million degrees
Princeton Researchers Construct Wholly Artificial Proteins That Can Sustain Cell Life
In a breakthrough that’s sure to stir up some controversy, Princeton researchers have reported that they have for the first...
New Answer to 80-Year-Old Question Makes Computer Modeling 100,000 Times Faster
Fermi would approve
Is Kindle the Future of Studying? Maybe Not
Princeton students run into issues with their free Kindle DX e-readers
Researchers Wage Communication Warfare on Bacteria
When a strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria begins an assault on the human body, doctors usually have few tools to fall...