It is important to keep in mind that as agents we maintain bottom-up control, even if we lack decisive power.
Beyond our response to the pandemic itself lie the longer-term effects, including new opportunities — social, political, economic, and otherwise.
The current spike in public trust in science gives science communicators an opportunity to reach new audiences.
This time of disruption is also one of opportunity.
A complex systems perspective of viruses offers insight for controlling SARS-CoV-2 and future emerging viruses.
Typical recession and recovery economic behavior offers great stock market buying opportunities.
Physical distancing is necessary for reducing infections, but the timing of restrictive confinement makes all the difference.
Transmission T-005: Andrew Dobson on the Need for Disease Models which Capture Key Complexities of Transmission
The disease models used to guide policy for the COVID-19 pandemic must capture key complexities of transmission.
By using transmission to our advantage, we can eliminate coronavirus through citizen-based medicine.
Group size matters when it comes to how many people should gather in one place. Let's use mathematical models to pin down consistent guidelines for complicated situations.