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Rozali, Moshe, March 20, 2024, "Randomness in conformal field theories"

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Jensen, Kristan, March 18, 2024, "Wormholes and random matrix statistics in pure 3d supergravity"

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Resisting Gravity: Episodes in Architectural Escapism | A lecture by John McMorrough

John McMorrough is an architect and writer who explores the relationship between contemporary culture and design methodology through architecture’s extended field of practices. In addition to…

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OURSIP Intern - Ron Shvartsman

Sedimenting Elastic Filaments Advised by: Prof. Howard Stone, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Rodolfo Brandão Macena Lira, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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Jimenez-Rosales, Alejandra, February 10, 2023, "Modeling Polarisation Signatures of Sgr A* Flares at Event Horizon Scales"

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Wielgus, Maciek, February 10, 2023, "Observing Sagittarius A with ALMA"

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von Fellenberg, Sabastiano, February 10, 2023 "A Characteristic Flare Shape for NIR and X-Ray Flares of Sgr A*"

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PPPL: We salute Hantao Ji, Phil Efthimion, Erik Gilson and their team for winning a 2022 Edison Patent Award #Eddys2022 for the liquid centrifuge – a cool device to treat waste streams &…

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Hamilton Colloquium Series_Netta Engelhardt

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2022.02.28 MAE Faculty Search

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ReMatch+ intern - Daniel Knapp

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Quantum Simulation of Many-Body Systems with Ultracold Molecules

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SOS08February2020_MKleban

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Geosciences Lecture Series: Fifty Years of Plate Tectonics

W. Jason Morgan talks about his personal recollection of some of the ideas and people at Princeton that led to the discovery of plate tectonics in 1967.

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GSS_14Aug2018_GHammett

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Our Cosmic Habitat - Recipes for an Interesting Universe: Intimations of a Multiuniverse

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phi321_elga.mov

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