Editor's Note

  1. When coronavirus is both work and worry

    Our editor in chief Nancy Shute discusses what it's like to cover the current coronavirus pandemic.

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  2. When data points have their own opinions

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  3. Modern-day oracles with a supercomputer

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  4. When a new virus breaks

    We’ve been covering the novel coronavirus outbreak from the beginning, with multiple reporters tracking down answers to questions readers may have and asking a lot of questions of our own.

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  5. Pain opens the door for dubious stem cell treatments

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  6. Scientists embrace a cathedral’s rebirth

    Editor in Chief Nancy Shute discusses the science behind restoring Notre Dame's unique sound.

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  7. Our take on this year’s big science newsmakers

    Editor in Chief Nancy Shute discusses the top science stories of the year.

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  8. When reading Science News is the habit of a lifetime

    Editor in Chief Nancy Shute talks about Kevin W. Parker, a longtime Science News subscriber.

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  9. Problem solving and the power of humankind

    Editor in Chief Nancy Shute discusses the AIDS epidemic and a woman who helped define the limits of mathematical understanding in the 20th century.

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  10. Fighting poverty and the deep roots of inequality

    Editor in Chief Nancy Shute discusses income inequality from the Bronze Age to modern day.

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  11. Scientists who aren’t afraid to range across disciplines

    Editor in Chief Nancy Shute discusses 10 early- and mid-career scientists who are making cross-disciplinary connections.

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  12. Finding the stories and growing the next crop of science journalists

    Editor in Chief Nancy Shute discusses how an intern wrote about 3-D printed guns.

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