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Princeton cancer researchers find that tumors’ metabolism is slower than suspected .
The discovery has vast implications for cancer treatment, showing that “starve the tumor” strategies are unlikely to be effective.
Breakthrough laboratory confirmation of key theory behind the formation of planets, stars and supermassive black holes .
A novel PPPL device has now confirmed a 30-year-old theory about the puzzling formation of planets, stars and supermassive black holes.
The Pacific Ocean’s oxygen-starved 'OMZ' is growing, Princeton research finds .
Until recently, climate models have been unable to say whether OMZs will grow or shrink from climate change. Now, a team led by Princeton’s Laure Resplandy has confidently predicted that the boundaries of the Pacific OMZ, will expand by as up to 2 million additional cubic miles by the end of the century.
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