Countries were expected to ramp up their emissions reductions goals at the November meeting, now delayed until 2021
Students must be trained to assess the social impacts of innovation
The second part of the Trump administration’s vehicle emissions rule, announced yesterday, lowers fuel efficiency requirements
From online journal clubs to “tweetorials” to conference updates, social media is changing the dissemination and discussion of biomedicine
Space agencies must balance keeping staff safe and meeting launch deadlines
I signed up to be a volunteer section leader. You can, too! But do it ASAP
Without federal investment, the current disruption could slow down U.S. economic growth for decades to come
The agency says social distancing rules will limit companies’ abilities to comply with air pollution rules
Their male colleagues are the problem when they should be allies
Despite privacy concerns, “contact tracing” using GPS data may be our best bet to contain this large and fast-growing pandemic...
Even if we solve the ethical questions about using breakthrough techniques such as CRISPR, will all patients have equal access?
Human health is obviously crucial, but epidemiological models should not ignore economic and ethical considerations
They wouldn’t in cases where these professionals are caring for infectious patients, but in other situations, they have
Part of a physician’s job should be to address not just illness but also its root causes
The 2004 tsunami devastated the Nicobar Islanders, but what came next was arguably worse
Listen in as I use two calculators to track the difference in numbers of infections over a short period of time, depending on how many people each infected individual infects on average...
Originally published in June 1968
Progress in improving mortality varies significantly within countries
Without oversight, the technologies at the heart of the health system are vulnerable to corruption