"Killer" Target Could Help Treat Adenovirus Infection in Vulnerable Children
Photo credit: A study using 3D "mini-organs" of human intestines has revealed a protective pathway instrumental for fighting human adenovirus.
Mass Media Fellows Look Back on Summer in Journalism
Photo credit: Three Mass Media Fellows reflect on their experiences working as science journalists and look ahead to the next steps in their careers.
New Report Calls for Input from Underserved Communities in Deploying AI for Public Health
Photo credit: “Public Opinion Research on Artificial Intelligence in Public Health Responses: Results of Focus Groups with Four Communities” was prepared for AAAS as part of the Artificial Intelligence: Applications/Implications (AI)² Initiative.
Tal Z Woliner Named AAAS Chief Communications Officer
Photo credit: Woliner, most recently senior vice president at Direct Impact/BCW Global, began her new role Aug. 30.
Some COVID-19 Survivors May Be Better Protected From Variants Than Others
Photo credit: Vaccinated individuals and those who recovered from severe COVID-19 may be at lower risk for subsequent severe infections with SARS-CoV-2 variants than people who had milder cases.
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