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Judith Weisenfeld explores psychiatry, race and religion in the post-Civil War era .
In Princeton's 2020 Discovery magazine, Weisenfeld explains how psychiatry was used to subjugate Blacks following Emancipation.
Big but affordable effort needed for America to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, Princeton study shows .
The new “Net-Zero America” study maps out state-by-state, sector-by-sector, and decade-by-decade what it would take for the U.S. economy to be fully decarbonized, and provides a blueprint for action in the 2020s.
‘Magic’ angle graphene and the creation of unexpected topological quantum states .
A Princeton-led team of physicists have discovered that, under certain conditions, interacting electrons can create what are called “topological quantum states,” which,?has implications for many technological fields of study, especially information technology.
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