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Chemists harness artificial intelligence to predict the future of chemical reactions .
Chemistry professor Abigail Doyle led a team of researchers who have developed state-of-the-art software to predict reaction yields while varying up to four components, a powerful tool in expediting the synthesis of new medicines.
Better together: Silicon qubits plus light add up to new quantum computing capability .
A silicon-based quantum computing device could be closer than ever due to a new experimental device that demonstrates the potential to use light as a messenger to connect quantum bits of information — known as qubits — that are not immediately adjacent to each other.
Competing for blood: How ecologists are solving infectious disease mysteries .
By looking at co-infecting malaria and hookworms as competitors battling over a key resource — red blood cells — Princeton ecologists Andrea Graham and Sarah Budischak resolved a key public health issue.
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