Science advocacy in the post-Trump era

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May 24, 2021

Labs Worldwide Still Struggling Amid Broken Supply Chains

By Katarina Zimmer

Countries outside the US and Europe that are already used to long wait times for laboratory supplies are facing greater research disruptions than ever during the pandemic.

Opinion: Science Advocacy in the Post-Trump Era

By Melissa Varga and Shreya Durvasula

The election of Donald Trump brought about a sea change in activism among researchers. How will the movement change now that Trump is out of office?

Salamander Expert David Wake Dies at 84

By Lisa Winter

Throughout his career, the University of California, Berkeley, herpetologist named 144 species of salamanders.

ICYMI: Picozoans Are Algae After All

By Christie Wilcox

Phylogenomics data place the enigmatic plankton in the middle of the algal family tree, despite their apparent lack of plastids—an organelle characteristic of all other algae.


Infographic: How to Ferret Out SARS-CoV-2 in Sewage

By Ruth Williams

Researchers use magnetic nanoparticles and liquid-handling robots in an effort to detect COVID-19 outbreaks early.

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