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The Coronavirus Is Already Changing the Way We Think About Scientific Cooperation

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

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VViruses are constantly evolving through interactions inside “clouds.” Inside these swarms, they pick up traits from their neighbors, forming novel strains that more efficiently hijack cells or are harder for the immune system to…




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Ella Fassler

Ella Fassler

Writer, Researcher, Sleuth|Armenian American| @thenation @truthout @slate | She/They | Questioning Everything| Tech, Science, Power,

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