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‘Achievement and acclaim, we have learned many times over, do not provide immunity to racism, sexism, misogynoir, intimidation, censorship, or haterade’

Joy Buolamwini (Poet of Code), Dr. Timnit Gebru, and Deborah Raji receive the 2020 EFF Pioneer Award. See full acceptance remarks here https://youtu.be/ZVzldpfEhpk?t=7334


Creative approaches to research allow science to continue during the pandemic

Photo: Diane Keough/Getty Images


The EPA is researching methods for disinfecting large public spaces in order to slow the spread of Covid-19

Staff members disinfect a shopping mall at the Hanzheng Street in Wuhan.
Staff members disinfect a shopping mall at the Hanzheng Street in Wuhan.
Staff members disinfect a shopping mall at the Hanzheng Street in Wuhan. The shopping mall was thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before businesses were reopened. Photo: Wang Yuguo/Xinhua/Getty Images


Scientists all over the world have to put their research on hold due to coronavirus and their work could be lost forever


Viruses ‘cooperate.’ To keep up, scientists are, too.

Photo: Pedro Vilela/Stringer/Getty Images


The so-called organoids could shed light on how autism and schizophrenia develop

Human forebrain organoids in a cell culture dish. Credit: Pasca Lab, Stanford University


Where do you draw the line between good science and bad ideas?

Photo: Mathew Schwartz/Unsplash


With pressure to “publish or perish,” some scientists fake their research results. Elisabeth Bik spends her days correcting them.

Credit: Michel & Co


Future Human

China’s first internet titan is throwing billions at the mysteries of our gray matter

Chen Tianqiao, pictured in 2015. Credit: Comms88 via Wikimedia/CC BY-SA 4.0


The pressure to publish may be averting researchers from pursuing out-of-the-box, groundbreaking science

Illustration by Deborah Lee

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