coronavirus pandemic

  • Searching for expert consensus on COVID

    Expert opinion seems to differ on the way out of the pandemic – but is there actually scientific ...

    The start of the new year has seen a flurry of discussion on what we should expect from the pandemic over the next 12...

    COVID January 14, 2022
  • COVID in 2022 – what happens next?

    Taking the lay of the land as the pandemic enters its third year.

    The new year is traditionally seen as a time of fresh beginnings, renewed vigour, and bright-eyed optimism.Instea...

    COVID January 10, 2022
  • COVID's genetic solution?

    A lucky few are unusually resistant to COVID-19. Scientists are trying to find a reason in their ...

    Some people get severely sick with COVID-19. Others don’t even notice they’ve caught the infection.The phenomenon...

    COVID October 19, 2021
  • Rise in “pay to cheat” university assignments during pandemic

    COVID exposed pressures in many areas of life, and contributed to tertiary students paying to che...

    The pandemic impacted many aspects of university life, including seeing a rise in paid cheating, suggests a new study...

    Behaviour October 5, 2021
  • How is India dealing with its second wave?

    Vaccination surges ahead, but the country faces shortages of doses, hospital beds and ventilators.

    Despite the vaccine rollout, India is grappling with a devastating second wave of COVID-19 cases. Recently, one-third...

    Health April 21, 2021
  • Conversation

    Four unusual things about coronavirus

    What we’ve learned about what we’re dealing with.

    By Sanjaya Senanayake, Australian National UniversityIt is now almost six months since the world became aware of ...

    Features July 1, 2020
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