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Jo Dunkley, Suzanne Staggs and colleagues awarded $53M to upgrade prominent observatory .
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $52.66 million grant to fund a major infrastructure upgrade to the Simons Observatory in the Atacama Desert of Chile. Upgrades are expected to take about five years; the resulting facility will be known as the Advanced Simons Observatory (ASO).
A tiny marsupial is upending ideas about the origins of flying mammals .
Sugar gliders and bats are about as distantly related as any two mammals on Earth, but new Princeton research shows their wings are formed from the same genetic ingredients.
Princeton research activity hits new milestone .
National survey highlights vibrancy and growth of campus research
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