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David Spergel explains why a widely publicized gravitational-wave discovery could be wrong, and how it could affect the public's perception of science WMAP three year picture of the infant universe.
5 hrs ago | The Nation
MERITOCRACY, pragmatism and honesty are the three core elements of success for governments of the future, and they are not necessarily hallmarks of Western-style democracy, said Professor Kishore Mahbubani, dean of Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.
An Indian pharmacist swiftly pulls white boxes of powerful antibiotics from neatly stacked shelves behind him, and hands them over the counter without asking for a doctor's prescription.
Work of razing the old frame cottage, belonging to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Dunaway on the corner of College and Oliver streets was begun today, and a modern six-room and two-bath frame residence will be erected on the same site.
The discovery of a new material combination that could lead to a more efficient approach to computer memory and logic is the first promising indication that it may be possible to build a practical technology with a novel material known as a 'topological insulator.'
Ah, the dog days of summer, sticky and stagnant, similar to the way people are feeling about Facebook these days.
FEDERAL SITES TRACKING USERS VIA PLUGIN The free website plugin AddThis, deployed on 16 federal websites including whitehouse.gov and dhs.gov, tracks users of those sites in a way that is essentially impossible to stop, according to new research.
Princeton resident and Princeton University Professor John Mulvey, 67, was arrested last week at Princeton Police Department headquarters after an investigation by Detective Sergeant Christopher Quaste and Detective Adam Basatemur into the theft of business signs belonging to Princeton Computer Tutor and Repairs.
But people also came from Pat Buchanan's American Conservative magazine and the Ron Paul Institute.
Martin R. Hoffmann, a lawyer and onetime enlisted soldier who became secretary of the Army and helped guide the service through a high-profile cheating scandal at the West Point military academy in the mid-1970s, died July 14 at a hospital in Warrenton, Va.
They argued that some players won't be fairly compensated under the plan, especially those whose awards would be reduced or negated because of prior strokes or other factors.
The American Chemical Society has appointed Paul J. Chirik , the Edward S. Sanford Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University , as the new editor-in-chief of the ACS journal Organometallics .
"For me one of the Declaration's great lessons and spiritual qualities is this amazing conviction it has in the intellectual capacity of ordinary human beings," says Danielle Allen, professor of social science at Princeton University, in reference to a course on the Declaration of Independence that she taught for many years at the University of ... (more)
For centuries, the epic poem 'Beowulf' has been held as the gold standard of Anglo-Saxon poetry.
So you write a short story or novel and it falls flat; it's lifeless, and you wonder why the images and the story plot are not bouncing off the pages and standing as three-dimensional icons.
PRINCETON - An animal rights group filed complaints today with the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services, alleging lab employees at Princeton University tormented at least one young monkey by placing it in a plastic exercise ball and rolling it down the halls "for their own amusement."
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 07:56 am
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