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One is bad enough: Climate change raises the threat of multiple hurricanes .
Getting hit with one hurricane is bad enough, but new research from Princeton Engineering shows that back-to-back versions may become common for many areas in coming decades.
Princeton on ice: Documenting climate change at the ends of the Earth .
Polar ice tells the story of climate change — over millions of years and right now. Climate scientist John Higgins, historian of science Justine Holzman, and environmentalist Anne McClintock are bringing that story to light through their work.
Princeton researchers find a path toward Hep E treatment by disentangling its knotty structure .
The hepatitis E virus protein ORF1 contains a region that scientists have struggled to characterize, making the structure and function of this region the subject of much debate. Now, Princeton scientists show that this region of the protein does not behave as a protease, as has been previously suggested, but instead serves as a molecular scaffold to stabilize the rest of the ORF1 protein.
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