The repercussions of COVID-19 are being felt around the world. A variety of forms of philanthropy have surfaced in response.
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Widely considered a screen against contamination, clay layers may actually enhance arsenic leakage into some aquifers, study finds.
The managers of our organizations must pay attention to the physical dimensions of environmental sustainability.
A new tool provides data that can help identify populations most at risk from coronavirus, around the world and down to the U.S. county level.
A biology professor shows us the virus’s perspective on the pandemic.
The pandemic should be teaching us the importance of public health, environmental protection and scientific analysis; which should lead us to preserve rather than pollute the planet.
New research shows that a signature of metal ions in urine may be an accurate indicator of one of the deadliest forms of cancer.
A recent webinar discussed why photo journalists are risking their lives for their work, and how they’re adjusting to the challenges of covering COVID-19.
It also compares the effectiveness of medical-grade masks with homemade ones, and tests the feasibility of improving masks with homemade nose clips.
COVID-19 is exacerbating some of education’s long-neglected social issues and inequalities.