Confidence in Scientists Has Actually Risen Since 2016 in the U.S., According to New Research

It can often feel like trust in science is a casualty of the “fake news” era. Skepticism of well-established concepts like vaccine safety and climate change is widespread today, with… Read more

How COVID-19 Immunity Works at This Point in the Pandemic

When SARS-CoV-2 was a brand-new virus, it met little resistance in immune-naïve hosts—that is, us. Vaccines, boosters, and infections have increased our immunity to varying degrees. But how much protection… Read more

John Kerry Is Bringing America Back Into the Climate Fight

John Kerry can feel the heat. It’s a sunny mid-July day in Naples, Italy, and we’re sitting on the roof of his hotel overlooking the Mediterranean. As tourists on the… Read more

ExxonMobil Wants You to Take Responsibility for Climate Change, Study Says

ExxonMobil is one of the world’s largest publicly traded oil and gas companies—and it wants you to take responsibility for climate change. A new analysis from researchers at Harvard University… Read more

Scientists Worry About Scott Pruitt’s New EPA Change

Michelle Bell’s 2004 study linking short-term exposure to air pollution to increased risk of death was a breakthroughคำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. Previous research had shown how the pollutant ozone damages human health,… Read more

A New Coronavirus Found in Bats is Resistant to Vaccines

It’s the news that public health experts expect but dread: virus-hunting researchers have discovered a new coronavirus in bats that could spell trouble for the human population. The virus can… Read more

Temperatures in South Asia to Hit Unlivable Levels by 2100

Temperatures in heavily populated South Asia will exceed habitable levels by the end of this century without efforts to stem manmade climate change, according to new research. Researchers behind the… Read more

Test to Treat Program Won’t Solve the COVID-19 Drug Problem

On March 1, President Joe Biden made a big promise to Americans. In his State of the Union speech, he proudly announced he was launching a program that would allow… Read more

The Dangerous Quest to Understand the Minds of Extremists

On a cool winter’s day in early 2014, the American academic Nafees Hamid was invited for tea at the second-story at the Barcelona apartment of a young Moroccan man. It… Read more
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