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Quarantined Scientists Are Turning the Internet Into Their Laboratory

Creative approaches to research allow science to continue during the pandemic

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It’s been an incredibly busy few months for infectious disease researchers. For many other scientists, however, the pandemic has ground work to a halt. Many who have been locked out of their labs have mourned the…

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Hannah Thomasy

Hannah Thomasy

Freelance science writer. Words at NPR’s The Salt, Ensia, Hakai, Mongabay, Eos, Massive, and Cosmos (not Cosmo!) Neuroscience PhD.

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