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July 20, 2020 Issue

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July 20, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 28

Scientists are optimistic about our chance of success, but with a wide range of technologies and strategies in play, not all vaccines are alike

Cover image:Scientists are optimistic about our chance of success, but with a wide range of technologies and strategies in play, not all vaccines are alike


Credit: Brian Stauffer

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Volume 98 | Issue 28

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Quote of the Week

“A vaccine is the viable exit strategy that doesn’t involve millions of deaths.”

Peter Openshaw, immunologist, Imperial College London

Vaccines

What will it take to make an effective vaccine for COVID-19?

Scientists are optimistic about our chance of success, but with a wide range of technologies and strategies in play, not all vaccines are alike

  • Postdocs ponder missed opportunities caused by the coronavirus pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to derail scientists at a critical point in their careers

  • Obstetrician-gynecologist Catherine Chappell wants more drugs studied in pregnant women

    Keeping pregnant women out of clinical trials protects them from harm, but it also keeps them from better care, she says

  • Communicating in the socially-distanced workplace

    How will we talk to one another once we’re all back in the office?

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Atmospheric Chemistry

Microplastics catch an atmospheric ride to the oceans and the Arctic

Plastic particles travel on the wind from urban centers to remote areas

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