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Long-lost letter from Einstein discusses link between physics and biology—70 years before evidence emerges

Phys Dot Org 13 May 2021
In 1933, Einstein left Germany to work at Princeton University in the United States. It was here, in April 1949, he met scientist Karl von Frisch at a lecture. Von Frisch was visiting Princeton to present his new research on how honeybees navigate more effectively using the polarization patterns of light scattered from the sky.
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Orangutan finding highlights need to protect habitat

Phys Dot Org 13 May 2021
Scientists found that the muscle mass of orangutans on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia was significantly lower when less fruit was available ... O'Connell, a post-doctoral fellow in the lab of senior author Erin R ... Rutgers co-authors include Andrea L. DiGiorgio, a lecturer at Princeton University and post-doctoral fellow in Vogel's lab; Alexa D ... A.
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Why Are Gates and Pentagon Releasing “Gene Edited” (GMO) Mosquitoes in Florida Keys?

GlobalResearch 12 May 2021
Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch ... Brazil failure ... etc. F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook” where this article was originally published ... F ... .
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Central Jersey groups to host online session on school segregation

NJ dot com 08 May 2021
The lecture will address the challenges of integration ... After her presentation, Boddie will be in conversation with Lynda Dodd, a lecturer in Public Affairs at Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs who specializes in civil rights and constitutional law.
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End of an era: closure of nuclear plant is pointer for New York’s energy future

The Observer 02 May 2021
Don't believe hydrogen and nuclear hype – they can’t get us to net zero carbon by 2050 . Jonathon Porritt. Read more ... Many welcomed the closure ... Photograph ... Greg Jaczko, head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission under Barack Obama and a lecturer at Princeton, told the Guardian the carbon-free energy future will be “exclusively non-nuclear” ... .
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US-NATO Geopolitics: Has Washington Lured Erdogan into a Bear Trap?

GlobalResearch 30 Apr 2021
After that, relations with Moscow improved markedly ... 2018 Lira Crisis ... etc. F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook” where this article was originally published ... F ... .
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Penn Museum to return remains of police bombing victim used in online class

New York Post 29 Apr 2021
Woods said some of the remains were used in an online forensic anthropology class offered by Princeton University that was taught by a University of Pennsylvania adjunct professor, Dr ... Adventures in Anthropology.” Janet Monge used the bones in an online class offered by Princeton University.AP ... Princeton’s president, Christopher L.
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The Politics of Heroin and the Afghan US Pullout. Private Mercenary Occupation

GlobalResearch 25 Apr 2021
What then is at stake?. Private Mercenary Occupation ... For what? ... Source. UN ... etc. F. William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook” where this article was originally published ... .
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Moment when professor holds up bones of black teen killed in 1985 police bombing in ...

The Daily Mail 24 Apr 2021
An Ivy League professor was condemned for using the bones of a black child killed in a 1985 police bombing for an online lecture allegedly without the family's consent ... Janet Monge, a visiting professor at Princeton University, led a highly-rated free course on forensic anthropology for the prestigious school.
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Remains of black teen killed in Philadelphia police bombing used in online class

New York Post 23 Apr 2021
Adventures in Forensic Anthropology” filmed in 2019 and taught by Janet Monge, a University of Pennsylvania adjunct professor and a visiting professor at Princeton. In the final lecture in the series, she picks up the bones — a femur and a pelvis originally found fused to a pair of jeans — and holds them up to the camera.
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What’s happening in the Central Jersey area this weekend and beyond (April 23-29)

NJ dot com 22 Apr 2021
April 25, on the Palmer Square Green, Palmer Square off Nassau Street in Princeton.palmersquare.com ... PRINCETON “Guides for the Soul -- Art from China’s Warring States Period,” Zoom lecture with Asian Art curator Cary Liu, 5.30 p.m., Princeton University Art Museum ... princeton.edu, 609-258-3697 ... princeton.edu, 609-258-3697 ... PRINCETON “Unmasking the Arts.
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Sweden Axes Gates’s Mad Global Warming Scheme

GlobalResearch 13 Apr 2021
Now a strong resistance within Sweden has forced Gates & co ... He stated then, ... William Engdahl is strategic risk consultant and lecturer, he holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and is a best-selling author on oil and geopolitics, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook” where this article was originally published.
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In 2020, I missed the joy of performing before a live audience: Danish Husain

Indian Express 10 Apr 2021
Poet, actor, dastango–Danish Husain dons many hats ... Read on. ... Well, when the pandemic struck, I was in the US for a performance and to deliver a lecture at Princeton University, and had to be confined there for four-and-a-half months ... I spent time reading books, writing, giving online lectures and interviews, and memorising my favorite poems ... x ... .
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Rethinking French imperialism in the nineteenth century

The Arab Weekly 08 Apr 2021
Throughout the second age of imperialism which spanned the 19th century, Britain widened its imperial reach through settler colonialism and the acquisition of far-flung territories ... Let me explain ... (Princeton University Press) ... David Todd ... Princeton University Press, 2021. David Todd is senior lecturer in world history at King’s College London ... .
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Over half a million people signed up for this free Princeton course on the science ...

Business Insider 05 Apr 2021
Static Robert Wright, a lecturer at Princeton, teaches on Coursera ... Focusing on the science behind the mindfulness practices of Buddhism (rather than the overall religion), the course is taught by Robert Wright, a journalist and visiting lecturer in Princeton University's religion department and their Center for Human Values.
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