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How COVID-19 Wreaks Havoc on Human Lungs

New structure shows how virus envelope protein hijacks cell-junction protein and promotes viral spread. Findings could speed the design of drugs to block severe effects of COVID-19.  More...

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Physicists Achieve Significant Improvement in Spotting Accelerator-produced Neutrinos in a Cosmic Haystack

Ground-breaking image reconstruction and analysis algorithms developed for surface-based MicroBooNE detector filter out cosmic ray tracks to pinpoint elusive neutrino interactions with unprecedented clarity.  More...

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Lighting Up Ultrafast Magnetism in a Metal Oxide

Understanding how magnetic correlations change over short timescales is the first step in being able to control magnetism for applications.  More...

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