A study led by Princeton University researchers found that a triple-punch of antibodies both prevented hepatitis C infection and wiped out the disease after it had established itself in laboratory mice. Instead of delivering the antibodies directly, the researchers administered a genetic "instruction set" that, once in a cell, developed into antibodies that target the portions of the virus that do not mutate.
Princeton University researchers have developed a new method to increase the brightness, efficiency and clarity of LEDs, which are widely used on smartphones and portable electronics as well as becoming increasingly common in lighting.
Understanding the current and future cycles of fall leaf coloration illuminates what's to come for agriculture, water supplies and animal behavior, among many other areas.
Princeton University researchers Robert Cava, Loren Pfeiffer and Mansour Shayegan have been chosen as Moore Materials Synthesis Investigators by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Expanding the Age of Eligibility for Measles Vaccination Could Increase Childhood Survival in Africa
Expanding the age of eligibility for measles vaccination from 12 to 15 months could help Africa inch closer to the national coverage levels required for measles eradication.
Researchers at Princeton University have begun crystallizing light as part of an effort to answer fundamental questions about the physics of matter.