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Thursday, Jul 13, 2017

Professor Jo Dunkley, a new faculty member in the departments of Astrophysics and Physics at Princeton, was recently interviewed and featured in a story than can be read here:

Tuesday, Jun 6, 2017

Jeremiah Ostriker was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree for his lifelong contribution to the sciences during Princeton's commencement exercises on June 6, 2017.  Jerry joined the Princeton faculty in 1965, was a leader in the development of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, went on to become the Astrophysical Sciences department chair...

Tuesday, Jan 31, 2017
by JSPS

Kento Masuda, a NASA Sagan Postdoctoral Fellow in Princeton's Astrophysical Sciences Department, was awarded the ...

Monday, Nov 14, 2016
by Professor Jenny Greene

Help us provide incarcerated students a high quality education! Princeton students and faculty provide free college classes throughout New Jersey’s prison system. Far more than a college education, we give students hope for their future. Join us in continuing to put “In the Nation's Service and the Service of Humanity" into practice!

Tuesday, Nov 8, 2016
by John Sullivan, Office of Engineering Communications

A team of scientists and engineers led by Princeton researchers recently reported the successful operation of a new instrument for the Subaru Telescope in Hawaii that will allow astronomers to make direct observations of planets orbiting nearby stars.

Thursday, Sep 15, 2016
by kfedida

After eight years of existence, the Oskar Klein Centre of cosmoparticle physics ranks among the most dynamic and successful European research centres in the field. We are proud for having hosted outstanding postdocs and recruited world leading researchers.

Tuesday, Jul 19, 2016

Professor J. Richard Gott III  has moved to emeritus status.  
Rich has made fundamental breakthroughs in our understanding of the large-scale distribution of galaxies, General
Relativity and its predictions of time travel, inflationary cosmology and the nature of the early universe, and

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