- Better disposal for disposable masks by Esme Symons for Science Borealis.
|Masks are necessary and life-saving, but what should we do with them once they've outlived their usefulness?|
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- Right Turn: How stem cells may help people with epilepsy by Stacey Johnson for Signals Blog.
- T cells will save us from COVID-19 by Vincent Racaniello in Virology Blog.
- A decoy may be the key to developing a vaccine against a deadly bioweapon by Amanda Rossillo for Massive Science.
- A brief history of why we disinfect #Water by Gemma Ellison at Chromsolutions.
- People gave up on flu pandemic measures a century ago when they tired of them – and paid a price by J. Alexander Navarro for The Conversation UK.
- Processed meat leads to increased risks of dementia, new study suggests by Mark Bustos for Science Times.
- Podcast: BBC World Service - More or Less, In praise of Covid Data by Tim Harford and Clare Griffiths for More or Less: Behind the Stats.
- (Not) a world of pure imagination: seeing dreams with neuroimaging by psychneuro for On Psychology and Neuroscience.
- Should we prescribe sleep after a traumatic event? by psychneuro for On Psychology and Neuroscience.
- Orangutans and bonobos at the San Diego Zoo have been vaccinated for COVID-19 by Brittany Kenyon-Flatt for Massive Science.
- Researchers discover secret behind whiteflies’ invincibility: A stolen plant gene by Gerry Roberts for The Science Times.
- Ancient rocks reveal when Earth's plate tectonics began by Howard Lee for Wired.
- Life among the experimentalists by Nicole Yunger Halpern for Quantum Frontiers.
- Four crazy stars astronomers think might really exist by Eric Betz for Discover Magazine.
- CERN physicists discover four new tetraquarks by Sci-News.com.
- The joy of condensed matter by John Baez for Azimuth.
- Podcast: Mar 24th: Aquatic planets like Earth could abound in the Milky Way by Pamela Gay and Beth Johnson for The Daily Space.
- Robotic touch: Artificial skin brings robots closer to ‘touching’ human lives by Eva Guinane for Edinburgh University Science Magazine.
- Growing a more resilient global food system by Bob Holmes for Knowable magazine.
- Five student productivity tips by the LSE student blog.
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