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More possible entry points for COVID spike protein identified by Princeton scientists .
Princeton scientists have revealed some of the unknown ways that COVID infects the human lung, using a new technology that shines a light (literally) on the actions of spike proteins.
As FDA considers menthol cigarette ban, Princeton historian traces Big Tobacco’s race-based marketing .
Princeton historian Keith Wailoo has studied the issue and explores it in his book "Pushing Cool."
'A new era in exoplanet research,' says Princeton member of the Webb Space Telescope team that found carbon dioxide out there .
NASA’s new space telescope has captured definitive evidence for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of WASP-39b, a gas giant planet 700 light-years away. While WASP-39b is almost certainly too hot for life, astrophysicist Tansu Daylan says the finding confirms the telescope is equipped to identify the signatures of life on planets beyond our solar system.
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