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Glaciologists dream of a cold-storage vault in Antarctica to preserve key samples of the paleoclimate
From mask wearing to physical distancing, individuals wield a lot of power in how the coronavirus outbreak plays out. Behavioral experts reveal what might be prompting people to act — or not.
An infected and impatient world needs protection from Covid-19, but rushing it won't be easy. How can we speed up a complicated process?
New therapeutics are testing whether protective bacteria can dampen harmful immune responses to food
VIDEO: Scientists break down what some popular visualizations of the pandemic can and cannot tell us
It began with an email from Wuhan, a Maine laboratory and mouse sperm from Iowa. Now that lab is on the verge of supplying a much-needed animal for SARS-CoV-2 research.
Natural killer cells are born ready to attack the disease. Biologists are developing ways to make these cells tougher and more targeted.
Reports of patients with neurological symptoms have emerged during the pandemic. Scientists don’t yet know whether these are a direct effect of the virus or part of the body’s response to infection.
Studies on astronauts and Antarctic crews reveal how extreme confinement affects small groups. Scientists are racing to figure out isolation’s impact on the rest of us.