Could the answer to our COVID-19 problems come from a N.J. lab? Here are 13 promising projects.

From This piece highlights several Princeton research projects related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including:
• Fluid dynamics research led by Howard Stone.
• A cellphone system for government officials to track the contacts of people diagnosed with COVID-19, developed by Kyle Jamieson.
• A COVID-19 math model that accurately predicts how the virus is spreading, even as it mutates, created by H. Vincent Poor and colleagues.
• Work by Alexander Ploss and colleagues to study how the virus attaches to cells and develop a version of SARS-CoV-2 that is less dangerous for labs to work with.