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August 31, 2020 Issue

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August 31, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 33

Scientists want to understand how viruses like SARS-CoV-2 make these so-called zoonotic jumps to help spot the next big outbreak

Cover image:Scientists want to understand how viruses like SARS-CoV-2 jump from animals to people to try to spot the next pandemic

Credit: Yang H. Ku/C&EN/Shutterstock

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Infectious disease

How do viruses leap from animals to people and spark pandemics?

Scientists want to understand how viruses like SARS-CoV-2 make these so-called zoonotic jumps to help spot the next big outbreak

  • #BlackinChem breaks down barriers

    Campaign amplifies the voices of Black chemists and shows they are not alone

  • Ainissa Ramirez discusses how society and technology interact

    Author of The Alchemy of Us explains how she approached telling stories about invention

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Diagnostics

Saliva tests show promise for widespread COVID-19 surveillance at universities and workplaces

Protocols developed at the University of Illinois and Yale School of Public Health join growing list of spit-and-test diagnostics

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