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June 8, 2020 Issue

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June 8, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 22

As stay-at-home orders expire, some are turning to the tests to reopen society safely. It may be too much to ask

Cover image:As stay-at-home orders expire, some are turning to the tests to reopen society safely. It may be too much to ask


Credit: Chris Gash

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Diagnostics

COVID-19 antibody tests are raising as many questions as they answer

As stay-at-home orders expire, some are turning to the tests to reopen society safely. It may be too much to ask

  • Career Ladder: Naresh Sunkara

    This Indian entrepreneur helps students and postdocs learn about business

  • Pandemic puts preprints first

    As scientists attempt to speed up COVID-19 research, attention by the public and media has changed the way preprint servers and journals handle those papers

  • Industrial chemist Alessandro Agosti says quality products come from controlled, safe processes

    His team at Olon works to incorporate safety from the start of process design

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Diagnostics

COVID-19 antigen tests have landed in the US, but not everyone is rushing out to get them

The tests are less reliable than other diagnostics, and some large labs say they won’t offer them right away

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