Lying and cheating behavior comes in several distinct flavors, a recent study found.
The company said tests of its vaccine would start up again in Britain while remaining suspended in the U.S. and other countries. Pfizer, a competitor, announced an expansion of its trials.
A number of schools found the bacteria that causes Legionnaire’s disease in their water, and experts say more should expect to see it.
Dozens of research groups around the world are playing the long game, convinced that their experimental vaccines will be cheaper and more powerful than the ones leading the race today.
While microscopic and little known, predatory bacteria are among the world’s fiercest and most effective hunters.
In what may be the world’s most important math puzzle, researchers are trying to figure out how many people in a community must be immune before the coronavirus fades.
There’s no vaccine for Covid-19, but there’s one for influenza. With the season’s first doses now shipping, officials are struggling over how to get people to take it.
This spring, death rates rivaled those seen during the country’s deadliest pandemic, a new study finds. “What 1918 looked like is basically this.”
We usually think of insects as meals for vertebrates such as frogs. But arthropods may turn the tables more often than you think.
Trace quantities of isotopes hint at the true origin of a kind of glass that was highly prized in the Roman Empire.
The research does not prove that infected children are contagious, but it should influence the debate about reopening schools, some experts said.
Scientists say such tests could be available in a few years, speeding research for treatments and providing a diagnosis for dementia patients who want to know if they have Alzheimer’s disease.