Viruses

Total 8 Posts

How do coronavirus researchers avoid catching COVID-19?

5 min read
Scientists handle virus samples every day but infections are incredibly rare. If we want to beat the coronavirus pandemic, we all need to think a little more like virologists.

When COVID-19 superspreaders are talking, where you sit in the room matters.

5 min read
Experiments in college classrooms show how tiny respiratory droplets known as aerosols can spread, even with good ventilation. The risk isn’t the same in every seat.

Five techniques we’re using to uncover the secrets of viruses.

5 min read
Viruses are too small to visualise with traditional microscopes.

Where in the world will the next epidemic start?

4 min read
If we can pinpoint the origins of a virus, we can find out what factors led to it infecting humans. But viruses can emerge across the globe.

Approval of a coronavirus vaccine would be just the beginning – Huge production challenges could cause long delays.

6 min read
Once a coronavirus vaccine is approved, billions of doses need to be manufactured. Current vaccine production is nowhere near ready, for a variety of reasons, but planning now could help.

Changes to public health bodies must be based on evidence and reflection, not scapegoating.

5 min read
De-funding Public Health England is not the answer. We need to learn lessons from the coronavirus response before making radical decisions.

Coronavirus and face masks.

3 min read
Many governments and health organisations have been reviewing their advice on face masks – here is why.
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