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New cancer therapy from Yibin Kang's lab holds potential to switch off major cancer types without side effects .
In mice and in human tissue, a new compound discovered at Princeton disables a key gene that’s implicated in breast, prostate, liver, lung, colon and other cancers.
Coronavirus researcher Cameron Myhrvold is using 'spectacular' new technologies to seek and destroy viral pathogens .
One is like a paper shredder. "You feed in specific things that you want to get destroyed, and then boom, they get thrashed.”
Unmasking the 'magic' behind one of physics’ recent mysteries .
Magic-angle graphene may turn out to work just like high-temperature superconductors.
DataX is funding new AI research projects at Princeton, across disciplines>
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