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Study of condensates offers new hope for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases

Study of condensates offers new hope for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases

Connecting Health and Social Care to Improve Community Health

Connecting Health and Social Care to Improve Community Health

URI’s Metcalf Institute secures $1.7 million grant to create the SciComm Identities Project

URI’s Metcalf Institute secures $1.7 million grant to create the SciComm Identities Project

Mitosis in moss plants could be far more similar to animal cell division than previously thought

Mitosis in moss plants could be far more similar to animal cell division than previously thought

Nurses play a critical role in reducing health misinformation

Nurses play a critical role in reducing health misinformation

Malaria: An Interview with the World Health Organization

Malaria: An Interview with the World Health Organization

New open-access repository of FAQs on human genomic research counters misinformation

New open-access repository of FAQs on human genomic research counters misinformation

BU awarded T32 grant to mentor research trainees in lung biology and pulmonary sciences

BU awarded T32 grant to mentor research trainees in lung biology and pulmonary sciences

DFG funds 51 new projects to carry out research into epidemics and pandemics

DFG funds 51 new projects to carry out research into epidemics and pandemics

Controversial celebrities' illness may negatively affect people's health intentions

Controversial celebrities' illness may negatively affect people's health intentions

Fighting malaria in 2021: Where are we now and where are we going?

Fighting malaria in 2021: Where are we now and where are we going?

UEA study offers recommendations to reduce Covid-19 transmission in universities

UEA study offers recommendations to reduce Covid-19 transmission in universities

People positively view science and scientists but do not take them seriously in current pandemic

People positively view science and scientists but do not take them seriously in current pandemic

Criticisms of COVID-19 models appear to undermine public trust in science

Criticisms of COVID-19 models appear to undermine public trust in science

When green means stop: How safety messages got so muddled

When green means stop: How safety messages got so muddled

Researcher and health research journalist point out biased misinformation on coronavirus

Researcher and health research journalist point out biased misinformation on coronavirus

Hungarian physician to receive the Körber Prize for European Science 2020

Hungarian physician to receive the Körber Prize for European Science 2020

Brief animated video effective in spreading the word about antibiotic risks

Brief animated video effective in spreading the word about antibiotic risks

New method to assess the veracity of messages about food and nutrition

New method to assess the veracity of messages about food and nutrition

Misinformation on COVID-19 is tied to media usage

Misinformation on COVID-19 is tied to media usage