University Research News
Three Princeton faculty members awarded NEH grants to support advanced research in the humanities .
A major international project to digitize a “lost archive” from an 18th-century convent in Manila and two faculty book projects have received research grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Why are some viruses harmless and others deadly? A.J. te Velthuis is on the case. .
The Princeton microbiologist has also created a non-infectious version of the COVID-19 virus that researchers can study safely.
Humble lizards offer new possibilities for artificial lungs .
A new study from Princeton University shows how the brown anole lizard solves one of nature’s most complex problems — breathing — with elegant simplicity, providing new inspiration for engineers designing advanced biotechnologies.
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