at Princeton
March 27, 2013

Research updates from
Princeton University
Winning technologies include a laser-based chemical sensor, a method for reducing carbon dioxide in smokestack emissions, and a  greenhouse gas detector.
A Princeton economists argues that the dip in migration is explained by changes in the labor market and the ways people learn about faraway places.

The particle detected last summer is looking more and more like the Higgs boson. Read about Princeton University's involvement in the search for this once-elusive particle.

Drug-resistant MRSA here to stay 
and other stories on Princeton Journal Watch
The drug-resistant bacteria known as MRSA, once confined to hospitals but now widespread in communities, will likely continue to exist in both settings, according to a new study.

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