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Experts examine the mental and social health of adults, teens and children in the era of the coronavirus.

The international entities in place to mitigate pandemics are more prepared than ever, but more must be done, panelists said.

It will be critical to determine whether these cells play a role in regulating COVID-19 inflammation, researchers said.

AAAS and the Science family of journals are applying formidable resources to keep the scientific community and the public well informed on the coronavirus pandemic.

The severity of the new coronavirus — how many people might die from the viral infection — is the biggest question surrounding the outbreak, a panel of public health researchers said at the AAAS Annual Meeting.

The Center for Science, Technology, and Security Policy (CSTSP) is working with a research group at George Mason University on a project – SciCast - to develop an online crowd-sourcing tool that can help predict future innovations in science and technology.