Tracking the vaccine race

January 7, 2021
by Christine Soares and Travis Hartman
The race to create vaccines against the novel coronavirus is entering a critical stretch, with several candidates that were first out of the gate beginning to release late-stage trial data and possibly seeking early regulatory approval. Multiple “winners” are likely ...
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How to count an election

November 3, 2020
2020 has the potential to be a much different election than America has seen before ...
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Something Strange is Happening to Lake Baringo

October 5, 2020
by Wakini Njogu & Patrick Gatua
Lake Baringo’s water levels have been rising over the past couple of months following heavy rainfall. Many residents have been left homeless, with businesses that once flourished now drowned slowly by the lake’s waters. Schools and hospitals, the very lifeline ...
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Protecting those fighting the coronavirus

June 15, 2020
by Catherine Tai, Aditi Bhandari and Simon Scarr
As the coronavirus subsided in China and spread around the world, a global shortage of masks and other protective equipment emerged. Frontline medical staff are still clamouring for the items needed to keep them safe while doing their jobs. ...
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The Toughest Triage

June 11, 2020
When medical resources are limited, who should get care first? ...
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