Faculty in the News
Simple atmospheric dynamics foretell dangerously hot future for the tropics .
Princeton University researchers have found a way to zero-in on how dangerously hot the Earth’s tropical zones could become under climate change by looking at the atmospheric dynamics that control the region’s heat and humidity, according to a recent paper in Nature Geoscience.
Connection and resilience: Kuziel explores the ecology of the African savannah .
For his senior thesis, Luca Kuziel is investigating the biomes and microbiomes of animals in six African parks, including Gorongosa National Park, where he spent two pre-COVID-19 field seasons.
The meaning of music during a pandemic: Princeton University Concerts names winners of Creative Reactions Contest .
Thirty Princeton undergraduate and graduate students reflected on the question "What has music meant to you during the COVID-19 pandemic?" for Princeton University's Concerts' Creative Reactions contest.
‘A.I. Nation,’ Episode 5, ‘Echo Chambers,’ now available to download .
In the fifth and final episode of “A.I. Nation,” a podcast by Princeton University and Philadelphia public radio station WHYY, computer science professor Ed Felten?and WHYY reporter Malcolm Burnley investigate the role of AI in social media and the polarizing effects these algorithms have on us, whether we realize it or not.