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Research · Global

Wastewater sector emits nearly twice as much methane as previously thought

Municipal wastewater treatment plants emit nearly double the amount of methane into the atmosphere than scientists previously believed, according to new research from Princeton University. And since methane warms the planet over 80 times more powerfully than carbon dioxide over 20 years, that...

Four Princeton seniors awarded ReachOut Fellowship for public service

 Princeton University seniors Sarah Brown, Caroline Subbiah, Marissa Mejia and Mandy Qua have been awarded a fellowship from ReachOut 56-81-06, an alumni-funded effort that supports year-long public service projects after graduation. Their projects focus on strengthening New York City’s...

Event · Asia

PIIRS, Princeton community celebrate Global Japan Lab

On Thursday, Feb. 16, the Global Japan Lab (GJL) invited the Princeton University community to learn more about its multidisciplinary research, teaching and training initiatives on contemporary Japan, in the atrium of the Frick Chemistry Laboratory.

Featured Faculty Book · Asia

Why Prof. Ashoka Mody Believes India is Broken

Ashoka Mody is an economic historian at Princeton, but writes, his “heart is in India.” It’s through this lens that Mody, formerly of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, channels his finance- and policy-driven analysis of the world’s second most-populous country. Weaving history,...

Research · Antarctica

Princeton on ice: Documenting climate change at the ends of the Earth

At the northern and southern tips of our planet are tiny bubbles of air trapped for millions of years within polar ice. These microscopic time capsules hold a record of Earth’s atmosphere — and thus its climate history. “Ice is time, crystalized,” said Princeton environmentalist Anne...

· Europe

Princetonians provide support to Turkish and Syrian earthquake victims

In the hours, days and weeks since two major earthquakes devastated Turkey and Syria, with the death toll approaching 50,000, Princeton faculty, staff and students have been offering their assistance to the millions impacted in the aftermath. Through fundraisers, donation drives, awareness...