How COVID-19 has transformed scientific fieldwork | Science

Katty Huertas Just prior to dawn in the Jama-Coaque Ecological Reserve, a spot of Ecuador’s rich seaside forest, Abhimanyu Lele unfurls a high web in between 2 poles, then... Read more »

COVID-19 affects men and women differently. So why don’t clinical trials report gender data? | Science

Ajit Solanki/Ap Images Science’s COVID-19 reporting is supported by the Heising-Simons Foundation. COVID-19 doesn’t strike the sexes equally. Globally, for each 10 COVID-19 extensive care system admissions amongst women, there... Read more »

The Challenge of Covid-19 Vaccines for the Immunosuppressed

COVID VACCINATION IN the US has been framed as a binary: People either seek out the inoculation, or they distrust the formula—or the politics that produced it—and reject the shot.... Read more »

Will India’s devastating COVID-19 surge provide data that clear up its death ‘paradox’? | Science

A group of scientists in rural Maharashtra state in India gos to homes to track the spread of COVID-19 in time. Raja Sengupta Science’s COVID-19 reporting is supported by... Read more »

Russia’s COVID-19 defense may depend on mystery vaccine from former bioweapons lab—but does it work? | Science

In March, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin (center) went to the institute that established EpiVacCorona. Sputnik/Dmitry Astakhov/Pool through REUTERS Science’s COVID-19 reporting is supported by the Heising-Simons Foundation. When... Read more »

Could a rare clotting disorder dash the world’s hopes for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine? | Science

A male gets a dosage of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine at a conference center in Rome on 24 March. Italy stopped usage of the vaccine on 15 March however resumed... Read more »