Elon Musk’s engineers have built a retro-futuristic spacecraft for America’s first manned mission in nearly a decade. Will their blast from the past work?
Scientists’ efforts to contain the virus and treat the people it infects both hinge in part on the pathogen’s mutation rate—and so far, the coronavirus is in the “normal” range.
As the lockdown settled in, so did the coronavirus. And then it began mutating into all sorts of local strains.
One scientist says it’s “about as promising as one could expect,” while another worries it “may not alter the course of disease.”
Correlation is not the same as causation—and tobacco is still bad for your health.
The more places we look, scientists say, the more evidence we find that Earth doesn’t have a unique claim on life. We’re getting closer than ever to finding it.
The upside of plasma therapy is that it’s available now. But no one can say for sure if it will really work against COVID-19.
Like all viruses, SARS-CoV-2 changes over time. But those changes don’t really make it any less, or more, lethal.
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