Browsing Tag Pandemic
Maybe this is the future of partying in the new germaphobe future.
There is mounting evidence that technology, in fact, protects humans.
The Guardian | Science Fiction
Including ‘Wuhan-400’, the deadly virus invented by Dean Koontz in 1981, novelists have long been fascinated by pandemics.
This unfortunate turn of events would be unbelievable if you wrote it into a movie — except someone already did.
Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing and blockchain can help the world recover from future crisis events.
Singapore has contact tracing teams, who identify all the contacts of an infected person and ring them up.
The decision to postpone ExoMars 2020 for two years should be regarded as sensible.
Earlier classic literature gives us an opportunity to consider how pandemics have been managed previously.
Insulating a small proportion of elderly people may be more practical than lockdown of entire populations.
Can herd immunity protect us from the coronavirus, and are countries wise to adopt it?
Coronavirus Control Measures Aren’t Pointless – Just Slowing Down the Pandemic Could Save Millions Of Lives
“Flattening the curve” provides an opportunity to significantly reduce deaths from COVID-19.
How many people will it infect? The answers aren’t written in stone, they are partially within our control.
Other coronaviruses can survive for up to nine days on hard surfaces like stair railings.
Detecting all people infected with COVID-19 is a global problem.
‘World War Z’ imagined a mysterious virus being downplayed by Beijing. Sound familiar?