Princeton disease ecologist C. Jessica Metcalf and Harvard physician and epidemiologist Michael Mina say that predicting disease could become as commonplace as predicting the weather.
This is a chart analysis using the same data from the previous COVID-19 paper1 to focus specifically on the state of Florida and...
Chemical pollution is a global threat that demands for global action, says Zhanyun Wang. An interface body similar to the IPCC could help bridge the gap between science and policy.
Over the last year, the arts, cultural and entertainment sector has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic – but talented film-makers from the University of Sunderland now have reason to celebrate.
The most reactive element on the periodic table is fluorine. In nature, fluorine is not found existing freely on its own until recently.
A Kingston University student's mixed-gender collection, inspired by the anti-SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad) movement in Nigeria, has been crowned the winner of the Black Excellence Prize in the Graduate Fashion Week Awards.
Eagerly using his software engineering skills to keep the snow on the mountains, a University of Canterbury graduate is developing a new app that helps people live more sustainably.
Scientists have used tiny diamonds, or nanodiamonds, to measure heat transfer inside living cells, potentially leading to new diagnostic tools and therapies for cancer.
New tracks for innovation address antiracist technology in the US, digital inclusion, equitable classrooms, health security and pandemics, and resilient ecosystems.
Aimed at rewarding, recognising and celebrating teaching professionals, CENTA Teaching Professionals’ Olympiad (TPO) 2020 is an online event.