at Princeton
December 23, 2013
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Researchers at Princeton and in Beijing used engineering calculations to study how an enormous block of stone was transported 43 miles using a track of wet ice.
Physicist Philip Anderson celebrated his 90th birthday at a weekend workshop devoted to an illustrious career that included a Nobel Prize and contributions to understanding the fundamental nature of materials.
Does affordable housing bring in crime and drive down property values? Sociologist Douglas Massey examined the impact in the upscale suburb of Mt. Laurel, NJ.

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Martin Kern, a professor of East Asian studies, is studying hundreds of early Chinese bamboo, silk and wood manuscripts excavated in the last 40 years. His findings challenge the idea of the author as the sole creator of literary work.
Free and Open to the Public

Fri., Jan. 10, 12 p.m.
Lewis Library Film Series: Understanding the Science for Tomorrow: Myth & Reality
Lewis Library Princeton University

Through Jan. 19, 2014
The Itinerant Languages of Photography
Art Museum
Princeton University

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