Richmond-based scientist and eScienceInfo founder Dr. Jeya Chelliah explains how viruses can “jump” from wild animals to humans and how we can work to prevent the next pandemic caused by an animal-origin (or “zoonotic”) virus.
Top experts are busy working on a novel coronavirus vaccine, but until then, how does science support wearing masks?
Our orange-patterned western hognose snake has an interesting story, but it’s not about the habitat or hunting patterns like you might think. It seems we were mistaken when we assumed our snake was a male.
With lots of people wearing masks, some folks say they can’t recognize each other without the nose and mouth visible. So, do masks prevent us from recognizing faces?
Nelson Mandela said, "No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin..." Is that scientifically true? Do we learn and unlearn hate and love?