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June 1, 2020 Issue

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Volume 98, Issue 21

The COVID-19 pandemic exposes the need for more flexibility and support for junior faculty

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  • Artemisinin raises hopes and fears amid COVID-19

    Researchers test Artemisia annua extracts against the novel coronavirus, while the WHO cautions that herbal remedies made from the plant could boost malaria resistance

  • Tenure during a time of crisis

    What we can learn now to make the tenure system more equitable in the future

  • Chemist-turned-intelligence expert Rod Schoonover on climate change and COVID-19

    He resigned from the State Department after the White House withheld his science-based testimony from Congress

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Vaccines

CanSino publishes first COVID-19 vaccine data to muted response

The Chinese vaccine company is pushing ahead with clinical trials in China and Canada, despite mixed results from its Phase I study

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