As evidence of a climate crisis continues to mount, the concern regarding retention of necessary resources climbs accordingly. These fears are not unfounded. Human-driven biodiversity decline is reflected in the[…]
Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg would be an unfamiliar name even two years ago. Since 2018, however, the 18-yearold Swedish activist has gained tremendous global attention for her fight against[…]
Women have made significant academic strides in the past few decades, evident in the climb of female doctorates from 11% to 40% in 1970 and 2010, respectively. The retention of women in academia, however, is not similarly observed, even in countries that appear to emphasize gender parity. The[…]
Increasing attention is being paid to the pervasiveness and ubiquity of “fake news”, unverified sources feeding misinformation with the intention to push agendas and spread paranoia and fear. Now, more[…]
In 1918,a global pandemic was caused by a single flu virus, resulting in 500 million infections and 50 million deaths. What made this flu virus and other pandemic-causing viruses so much deadlier than the season flu? Click here to find out!
“All for one and one for all”...
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a global crisis, with developing countries bearing the brunt of it. What is the role of poverty and world hunger on the spread of this virus? Click here to find out! #COVID19#uofthttps://t.co/cnrQCj7wni
We’ll say it again in case you didn’t know... we are living in a pandemic 😬
But this is definitely not the first or worst one in human history. Wondering how COVID-19 compares to the rest? Click here to find out!
“We’re living in unprecedented times”...
The truth is pandemics and plagues have been the norm for most of human history! So how does COVID-19 fit in and what does the future hold?
Find out by reading this special edition article by Dr. Stephen Hedrick!