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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
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1 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Oct―23 Safe traveling in public transport amid COVID-19 Donggyun Ku, Chihyung Yeon, Seungjae Lee, Kyuhong Lee, Kiyeon Hwang, Yuen Chong Li, Sze Chun Wong
2 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Oct―23 Subtle differences in the pathogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern B.1.1.7 and B.1.351 in rhesus macaques Vincent J. Munster, Meaghan Flagg, Manmeet Singh, Claude Kwe Yinda, Brandi N. Williamson, Friederike Feldmann, et al. (+14)
3 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―23 Control of Pandemic Influenza: Influenza . Virus, Vaccines, and Strategy. Proceedings of a meeting, Rougemont, Jan. 1976. Philip Selby, Ed. Published for Sandoz Institute for Health and Socio-Economic Studies by Academic Press, New York, 1976. 354 pp., illus. Paper, $19.75. Sandoz Institute Publication No. 5.; Influenza . The Viruses and the Disease. Charles H. Stuart-Harris and Geoffrey C. Schild. Publishing Sciences Group, Littleton, Mass., 1976. x, 242 pp., illus. $22. R. Walter Schlesinger
4 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―23 AIDS from Its Beginnings: History of AIDS . Emergence and Origin of a Modern Pandemic. Mirko D. Grmek. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 1990. xii, 279 pp. $29.95. Translated from the French edition (1989) by Russell C. Maulitz and Jacalyn Duffin. Elizabeth Fee
5 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―22 Protection against SARS-CoV-2 beta variant in mRNA-1273 vaccine-boosted nonhuman primates Kizzmekia S. Corbett, Matthew Gagne, Danielle A. Wagner, Sarah O’ Connell, Sandeep R. Narpala, Dillon R. Flebbe, et al. (+60)
6 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―22 Tackling the pandemic with (biased) data Christina Pagel, Christian A. Yates
7 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Oct―21 Pregnancy Influences Immune Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Cristian Ovies, Eleanor C. Semmes, Carolyn B. Coyne
8 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Oct―21 COVID-19 mRNA vaccines drive differential antibody Fc-functional profiles in pregnant, lactating, and non-pregnant women Caroline Atyeo, Elizabeth A. DeRiso, Christine Davis, Evan A. Bordt, Rose M. De Guzman, Lydia L. Shook, et al. (+8)
9 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Oct―21 Mechanism of a COVID-19 nanoparticle vaccine candidate that elicits a broadly neutralizing antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 variants Yi-Nan Zhang, Jennifer Paynter, Cindy Sou, Tatiana Fourfouris, Ying Wang, Ciril Abraham, et al. (+4)
10 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―21 COVID-19 transmission dynamics underlying epidemic waves in Kenya Samuel P. C. Brand, John Ojal, Rabia Aziza, Vincent Were, Emelda A. Okiro, Ivy K Kombe, et al. (+27)
11 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Oct―21 Maternal SARS-CoV-2 infection elicits sexually dimorphic placental immune responses Evan A Bordt, Lydia L Shook, Caroline Atyeo, Krista M Pullen, Rose M De Guzman, Marie-Charlotte Meinsohn, et al. (+20)
12 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Oct―18 An affinity-enhanced, broadly neutralizing heavy chain-only antibody protects against SARS-CoV-2 infection in animal models Bert Schepens, Loes van Schie, Wim Nerinckx, Kenny Roose, Wander Van Breedam, Daria Fijalkowska, et al. (+57)
13 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Oct―17 SARS-CoV-2 infection generates tissue-localized immunological memory in humans Maya M.L. Poon, Ksenia Rybkina, Yu Kato, Masaru Kubota, Rei Matsumoto, Nathaniel I. Bloom, et al. (+19)
14 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―16 Pandemic enters transition phase-but to what? Kai Kupferschmidt
15 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Oct―15 Lung epithelial and endothelial damage, loss of tissue repair, inhibition of fibrinolysis, and cellular senescence in fatal COVID-19 Felice D’Agnillo, Kathie-Anne Walters, Yongli Xiao, Zong-Mei Sheng, Kelsey Scherler, Jaekeun Park, et al. (+22)
16 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―15 mRNA vaccines induce durable immune memory to SARS-CoV-2 and variants of concern Rishi R. Goel, Mark M. Painter, Sokratis A. Apostolidis, Divij Mathew, Wenzhao Meng, Aaron M. Rosenfeld, et al. (+64)
17 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―15 Replication and single-cycle delivery of SARS-CoV-2 replicons Inna Ricardo-Lax, Joseph M. Luna, Tran Thi Nhu Thao, Jérémie Le Pen, Yingpu Yu, H.-Heinrich Hoffmann, et al. (+20)
18 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―15 Genomic characterization and epidemiology of an emerging SARS-CoV-2 variant in Delhi, India Mahesh S. Dhar, Robin Marwal, Radhakrishnan VS, Kalaiarasan Ponnusamy, Bani Jolly, Rahul C. Bhoyar, et al. (+73)
19 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Oct―15 Naive human B cells engage the receptor binding domain of SARS-CoV-2, variants of concern, and related sarbecoviruses Jared Feldman, Julia Bals, Clara G. Altomare, Kerri St. Denis, Evan C. Lam, Blake M. Hauser, et al. (+9)
20 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―15 With COVID-19, modeling takes on life and death importance Martin Enserink, Kai Kupferschmidt
21 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Oct―14 Fractionating a COVID-19 Ad5-vectored vaccine improves virus-specific immunity Sarah Sanchez, Nicole Palacio, Tanushree Dangi, Thomas Ciucci, Pablo Penaloza-MacMaster
22 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―14 Can interferons stop COVID-19 before it takes hold? Meredith Wadman
23 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Oct―13 Transient lipid-bound states of spike protein heptad repeats provide insights into SARS-CoV-2 membrane fusion Sai Chaitanya Chiliveri, John M. Louis, Rodolfo Ghirlando, Ad Bax
24 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Oct―13 Systemic and mucosal immune profiling in asymptomatic and symptomatic SARS-CoV-2-infected individuals reveal unlinked immune signatures Supriya Ravichandran, Gabrielle Grubbs, Juanjie Tang, Youri Lee, Chang Huang, Hana Golding, Surender Khurana
25 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Oct―13 Low case numbers enable long-term stable pandemic control without lockdowns Sebastian Contreras, Jonas Dehning, Sebastian B. Mohr, Simon Bauer, F. Paul Spitzner, Viola Priesemann
26 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―12 Monetary incentives increase COVID-19 vaccinations Pol Campos-Mercade, Armando N. Meier, Florian H. Schneider, Stephan Meier, Devin Pope, Erik Wengström
27 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―10 A year of genomic surveillance reveals how the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic unfolded in Africa Eduan Wilkinson, Marta Giovanetti, Houriiyah Tegally, James E. San, Richard Lessells, Diego Cuadros, et al. (+296)
28 [GO] Science 2021―Oct―10 Pandemic haiku Jennifer Sills
29 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Sep―30 Immune signatures underlying post-acute COVID-19 lung sequelae IS Cheon, C Li, YM Son, NP Goplen, Y Wu, T Cassmann, et al. (+24)
30 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Sep―30 Early sample tagging and pooling enables simultaneous SARS-CoV-2 detection and variant sequencing Alon Chappleboim, Daphna Joseph-Strauss, Ayelet Rahat, Israa Sharkia, Miriam Adam, Daniel Kitsberg, et al. (+11)
31 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Sep―30 AZD1222/ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccination induces a polyfunctional spike protein-specific Th1 response with a diverse TCR repertoire Phillip A. Swanson, Marcelino Padilla, Wesley Hoyland, Kelly McGlinchey, Paul A. Fields, Sagida Bibi, et al. (+63)
32 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―29 Geographically targeted COVID-19 vaccination is more equitable and averts more deaths than age-based thresholds alone Elizabeth Wrigley-Field, Mathew V. Kiang, Alicia R. Riley, Magali Barbieri, Yea-Hung Chen, Kate A. Duchowny, et al. (+5)
33 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―28 A prenylated dsRNA sensor protects against severe COVID-19 Arthur Wickenhagen, Elena Sugrue, Spyros Lytras, Srikeerthana Kuchi, Marko Noerenberg, Matthew L. Turnbull, et al. (+416)
34 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―23 Defining variant-resistant epitopes targeted by SARS-CoV-2 antibodies: A global consortium study Kathryn M. Hastie, Haoyang Li, Daniel Bedinger, Sharon L. Schendel, S. Moses Dennison, Kan Li, et al. (+67)
35 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―22 Reduced human activity during COVID-19 alters avian land use across North America Michael B. Schrimpf, Paulson G. Des Brisay, Alison Johnston, Adam C. Smith, Jessica Sánchez-Jasso, Barry G. Robinson, et al. (+6)
36 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―22 Social media conversations reveal large psychological shifts caused by COVID-19’s onset across U.S. cities Ashwini Ashokkumar, James W. Pennebaker
37 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―22 Direct detection of human adenovirus or SARS-CoV-2 with ability to inform infectivity using DNA aptamer-nanopore sensors Ana S. Peinetti, Ryan J. Lake, Wen Cong, Laura Cooper, Yuting Wu, Yuan Ma, et al. (+7)
38 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Sep―21 Prior infection with SARS-CoV-2 WA1/2020 partially protects rhesus macaques against re-infection with B.1.1.7 and B.1.351 variants Abishek Chandrashekar, Jinyan Liu, Jingyou Yu, Katherine McMahan, Lisa H. Tostanoski, Catherine Jacob-Dolan, et al. (+26)
39 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Sep―17 Of bats and men: Immunomodulatory treatment options for COVID-19 guided by the immunopathology of SARS-CoV-2 infection Michael J. Christie, Aaron T. Irving, Samuel C. Forster, Benjamin J. Marsland, Philip M. Hansbro, Paul J. Hertzog, et al. (+2)
40 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―16 Institutions’ role in postpandemic support Antoine de Morree, Al’ai Alvarez
41 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―15 Ultrafast, sensitive, and portable detection of COVID-19 IgG using flexible organic electrochemical transistors Hong Liu, Anneng Yang, Jiajun Song, Naixiang Wang, Puiyiu Lam, Yuenling Li, et al. (+2)
42 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Sep―15 What have we learned from the COVID-19 plague? Stanley A. Plotkin
43 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―14 Low-dose mRNA-1273 COVID-19 vaccine generates durable memory enhanced by cross-reactive T cells Jose Mateus, Jennifer M. Dan, Zeli Zhang, Carolyn Rydyznski Moderbacher, Marshall Lammers, Benjamin Goodwin, et al. (+3)
44 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Sep―14 Identification of resident memory CD8 + T cells with functional specificity for SARS-CoV-2 in unexposed oropharyngeal lymphoid tissue Julia Niessl, Takuya Sekine, Joshua Lange, Viktoria Konya, Marianne Forkel, Jovana Maric, et al. (+13)
45 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Sep―14 Bispecific antibodies targeting distinct regions of the spike protein potently neutralize SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern Hyeseon Cho, Kristina Kay Gonzales-Wartz, Deli Huang, Meng Yuan, Mary Peterson, Janie Liang, et al. (+34)
46 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―10 Immunological and pathological outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 challenge following formalin-inactivated vaccine in ferrets and rhesus macaques Kevin R. Bewley, Karen Gooch, Kelly M. Thomas, Stephanie Longet, Nathan Wiblin, Laura Hunter, et al. (+36)
47 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Sep―09 Early cross-coronavirus reactive signatures of humoral immunity against COVID-19 Paulina Kaplonek, Chuangqi Wang, Yannic Bartsch, Stephanie Fischinger, Matthew J. Gorman, Kathryn Bowman, et al. (+36)
48 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―09 A COVID-19 publishing revolution? Not yet Jeffrey Brainard
49 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―09 U.S. ups coronavirus surveillance Meredith Wadman
50 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―09 A pandemic prevention moonshot Jon Cohen
51 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―08 Platelets amplify endotheliopathy in COVID-19 Tessa J. Barrett, MacIntosh Cornwell, Khrystyna Myndzar, Christina C. Rolling, Yuhe Xia, Kamelia Drenkova, et al. (+18)
52 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―08 A universal bacteriophage T4 nanoparticle platform to design multiplex SARS-CoV-2 vaccine candidates by CRISPR engineering Jingen Zhu, Neeti Ananthaswamy, Swati Jain, Himanshu Batra, Wei-Chun Tang, Douglass A. Lewry, et al. (+8)
53 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Sep―07 Immunity elicited by natural infection or Ad26.COV2.S vaccination protects hamsters against SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern Lisa H. Tostanoski, Jingyou Yu, Noe B. Mercado, Katherine McMahan, Catherine Jacob-Dolan, Amanda J. Martinot, et al. (+24)
54 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Sep―03 Emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern evade humoral immune responses from infection and vaccination Tom G. Caniels, Ilja Bontjer, Karlijn van der Straten, Meliawati Poniman, Judith A. Burger, Brent Appelman, et al. (+22)
55 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Sep―02 Adaptive immune determinants of viral clearance and protection in mouse models of SARS-CoV-2 Benjamin Israelow, Tianyang Mao, Jonathan Klein, Eric Song, Bridget Menasche, Saad B. Omer, Akiko Iwasaki
56 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―02 SARS-CoV-2 infection confers greater immunity than shots Meredith Wadman
57 [GO] Science 2021―Sep―02 The hunt for SARS-CoV-2’s ancestors heats up Jon Cohen
58 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―31 Cross-reactive CD4+ T cells enhance SARS-CoV-2 immune responses upon infection and vaccination Lucie Loyal, Julian Braun, Larissa Henze, Beate Kruse, Manuela Dingeldey, Ulf Reimer, et al. (+31)
59 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―26 The case for wildlife as the COVID-19 origin Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
60 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Aug―25 Rapid greening response of China’s 2020 spring vegetation to COVID-19 restrictions: Implications for climate change Fenzhen Su, Dongjie Fu, Fengqin Yan, Han Xiao, Tingting Pan, Yang Xiao, et al. (+8)
61 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Aug―24 Type I interferon autoantibodies are associated with systemic immune alterations in patients with COVID-19 Monique G.P. van der Wijst, Sara E. Vazquez, George C. Hartoularos, Paul Bastard, Tianna Grant, Raymund Bueno, et al. (+39)
62 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Aug―19 X-linked recessive TLR7 deficiency in ~1% of men under 60 years old with life-threatening COVID-19 Takaki Asano, Bertrand Boisson, Fanny Onodi, Daniela Matuozzo, Marcela Moncada-Velez, Majistor Raj Luxman Maglorius Renkilaraj, et al. (+101)
63 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Aug―19 Autoantibodies neutralizing type I IFNs are present in ~4% of uninfected individuals over 70 years old and account for ~20% of COVID-19 deaths Paul Bastard, Adrian Gervais, Tom Le Voyer, Jérémie Rosain, Quentin Philippot, Jérémy Manry, et al. (+175)
64 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―19 Targeting the main protease of SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Stella Hurtley
65 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―19 Poultry passport to pandemic Caroline Ash, Stella Hurtley
66 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Aug―18 Age-dependent regulation of SARS-CoV-2 cell entry genes and cell death programs correlates with COVID-19 severity Zintis Inde, Ben A. Croker, Clarence Yapp, Gaurav N. Joshi, Johan Spetz, Cameron Fraser, et al. (+25)
67 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Aug―18 Immune checkpoint inhibitors increase T cell immunity during SARS-CoV-2 infection Nader Yatim, Jeremy Boussier, Pauline Tetu, Nikaïa Smith, Timothée Bruel, Bruno Charbit, et al. (+23)
68 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―17 Vaccine nationalism and the dynamics and control of SARS-CoV-2 Caroline E. Wagner, Chadi M. Saad-Roy, Sinead E. Morris, Rachel E. Baker, Michael J. Mina, Jeremy Farrar, et al. (+7)
69 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―17 The animal origin of SARS-CoV-2 Spyros Lytras, Wei Xia, Joseph Hughes, Xiaowei Jiang, David L. Robertson
70 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Aug―13 Excess of COVID-19 cases and deaths due to fine particulate matter exposure during the 2020 wildfires in the United States Xiaodan Zhou, Kevin Josey, Leila Kamareddine, Miah C. Caine, Tianjia Liu, Loretta J. Mickley, et al. (+2)
71 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―12 Defenses against SARS-CoV-2 variants Valda Vinson, Stella Hurtley
72 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―12 Durability of mRNA-1273 vaccine-induced antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 variants Amarendra Pegu, Sarah O’Connell, Stephen D. Schmidt, Sijy O’Dell, Chloe A. Talana, Lilin Lai, et al. (+26)
73 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Aug―11 Cell therapy strategies for COVID-19: Current approaches and potential applications Mark M. Zaki, Emal Lesha, Khaled Said, Kiavash Kiaee, Lindsey Robinson-McCarthy, Haydy George, et al. (+6)
74 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Aug―11 A general model for the demographic signatures of the transition from pandemic emergence to endemicity Ruiyun Li, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Nils Chr. Stenseth, Ottar N. Bjørnstad
75 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Aug―10 Immunophenotyping assessment in a COVID-19 cohort (IMPACC): A prospective longitudinal study
76 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Aug―10 Integrated longitudinal immunophenotypic, transcriptional and repertoire analyses delineate immune responses in COVID-19 patients Samuele Notarbartolo, Valeria Ranzani, Alessandra Bandera, Paola Gruarin, Valeria Bevilacqua, Anna Rita Putignano, et al. (+31)
77 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Aug―10 Two doses of the SARS-CoV-2 BNT162b2 vaccine enhances antibody responses to variants in individuals with prior SARS-CoV-2 infection Richard A Urbanowicz, Theocharis Tsoleridis, Hannah J Jackson, Lola Cusin, Joshua D Duncan, Joseph G Chappell, et al. (+13)
78 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Aug―06 Minimally instrumented SHERLOCK (miSHERLOCK) for CRISPR-based point-of-care diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 and emerging variants Helena de Puig, Rose A. Lee, Devora Najjar, Xiao Tan, Luis R. Soekensen, Nicolaas M. Angenent-Mari, et al. (+11)
79 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―05 SARS-CoV-2 from alpha to epsilon Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
80 [GO] Science 2021―Aug―05 Effect of natural mutations of SARS-CoV-2 on spike structure, conformation, and antigenicity Sophie M.-C. Gobeil, Katarzyna Janowska, Shana McDowell, Katayoun Mansouri, Robert Parks, Victoria Stalls, et al. (+10)
81 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jul―30 SARS-CoV-2 antibody magnitude and detectability are driven by disease severity, timing, and assay Michael J. Peluso, Saki Takahashi, Jill Hakim, J. Daniel Kelly, Leonel Torres, Nikita S. Iyer, et al. (+40)
82 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jul―29 Cross-reactive antibodies against human coronaviruses and the animal coronavirome suggest diagnostics for future zoonotic spillovers Shelley Klompus, Sigal Leviatan, Thomas Vogl, Roei D. Mazor, Iris N. Kalka, Liat Stoler-Barak, et al. (+14)
83 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―29 Immune correlates of protection by mRNA-1273 vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 in nonhuman primates Kizzmekia S. Corbett, Martha C. Nason, Britta Flach, Matthew Gagne, Sarah O’Connell, Timothy S. Johnston, et al. (+58)
84 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―29 No shortcuts to SARS-CoV-2 antivirals Aled Edwards, Ingo V. Hartung
85 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―29 The Long Covid pandemic Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
86 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jul―28 Interdependent program evaluation: Geographic and social spillovers in COVID-19 closures and reopenings in the United States Michael Zhao, David Holtz, Sinan Aral
87 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jul―27 Intranasal ChAdOx1 nCoV-19/AZD1222 vaccination reduces viral shedding after SARS-CoV-2 D614G challenge in preclinical models Neeltje van Doremalen, Jyothi N. Purushotham, Jonathan E. Schulz, Myndi G. Holbrook, Trenton Bushmaker, Aaron Carmody, et al. (+15)
88 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―27 Structural basis of mismatch recognition by a SARS-CoV-2 proofreading enzyme Chang Liu, Wei Shi, Scott T. Becker, David G. Schatz, Bin Liu, Yang Yang
89 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jul―27 Protective antibodies elicited by SARS-CoV-2 spike protein vaccination are boosted in the lung after challenge in nonhuman primates Joseph R. Francica, Barbara J. Flynn, Kathryn E. Foulds, Amy T. Noe, Anne P. Werner, Ian N. Moore, et al. (+54)
90 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―22 Spatiotemporal invasion dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 lineage B.1.1.7 emergence Moritz U.G. Kraemer, Verity Hill, Christopher Ruis, Simon Dellicour, Sumali Bajaj, John T. McCrone, et al. (+18)
91 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―22 WHO chief pressures China on pandemic origin Jon Cohen
92 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―20 Masitinib is a broad coronavirus 3CL inhibitor that blocks replication of SARS-CoV-2 Nir Drayman, Jennifer K. DeMarco, Krysten A. Jones, Saara-Anne Azizi, Heather M. Froggatt, Kemin Tan, et al. (+32)
93 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jul―20 A recombinant spike protein subunit vaccine confers protective immunity against SARS-CoV-2 infection and transmission in hamsters Yangtao Wu, Xiaofen Huang, Lunzhi Yuan, Shaojuan Wang, Yali Zhang, Hualong Xiong, et al. (+30)
94 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jul―15 A yeast expressed RBD-based SARS-CoV-2 vaccine formulated with 3M-052-alum adjuvant promotes protective efficacy in non-human primates Maria Pino, Talha Abid, Susan Pereira Ribeiro, Venkata Viswanadh Edara, Katharine Floyd, Justin C. Smith, et al. (+41)
95 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―15 Senescent cells exacerbate COVID-19 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
96 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―15 Added value of PCR testing for COVID-19 Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
97 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―15 Will COVID-19 change science? Past pandemics offer clues Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
98 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jul―14 Meaningful messaging: Sentiment in elite social media communication with the public on the COVID-19 pandemic Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Laura Moses
99 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jul―13 A high-throughput cell- and virus-free assay shows reduced neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 variants by COVID-19 convalescent plasma Craig Fenwick, Priscilla Turelli, Céline Pellaton, Alex Farina, Jérémy Campos, Charlène Raclot, et al. (+8)
100 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jul―09 Persistence of serum and saliva antibody responses to SARS-CoV-2 spike antigens in patients with COVID-19 Baweleta Isho, Kento T. Abe, Michelle Zuo, Alainna J. Jamal, Bhavisha Rathod, Jenny H. Wang, et al. (+30)
101 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―09 Sex-specific metabolism and COVID-19 John F. Foley, Michael Funk
102 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―09 Sex and gender missing in COVID-19 data Cathleen O'Grady
103 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―09 Journal retracts paper claiming COVID-19 vaccines kill Meredith Wadman
104 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―09 Networks of SARS-CoV-2 transmission Muge Cevik, Stefan D. Baral
105 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―08 ‘Too good to be true’: Doubts swirl around trial that saw 77% reduction in COVID-19 mortality Robert Service
106 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―07 COVID-19 affects men and women differently. So why don’t clinical trials report gender data? Cathleen O’Grady
107 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―07 Why the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to overdue change in academia June Gruber
108 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jul―07 Increasing threats from SARS-CoV-2 variants: Time to establish global surveillance Scott P. Layne, Jeffery K. Taubenberger
109 [GO] Science Signaling 2021―Jul―06 Kynurenic acid may underlie sex-specific immune responses to COVID-19 Yuping Cai, Daniel J. Kim, Takehiro Takahashi, David I. Broadhurst, Hong Yan, Shuangge Ma, et al. (+15)
110 [GO] Science Signaling 2021―Jul―06 Long-chain polyphosphates impair SARS-CoV-2 infection and replication Veronica Ferrucci, Dae-Young Kong, Fatemeh Asadzadeh, Laura Marrone, Angelo Boccia, Roberto Siciliano, et al. (+29)
111 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―03 Scientists quit journal board, protesting ‘grossly irresponsible’ study claiming COVID-19 vaccines kill Meredith Wadman
112 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―03 Can immune responses alone reveal which COVID-19 vaccines work best? Jon Cohen
113 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jul―02 Protection of K18-hACE2 mice and ferrets against SARS-CoV-2 challenge by a single-dose mucosal immunization with a parainfluenza virus 5-based COVID-19 vaccine Dong An, Kun Li, Dawne K. Rowe, Maria Cristina Huertas Diaz, Emily F. Griffin, Ashley C. Beavis, et al. (+14)
114 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―01 Did a Chinese team ‘obscure’ early coronavirus sequences? Jon Cohen
115 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―01 Pandemic haiku
116 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jul―01 CD8+ T cells specific for conserved coronavirus epitopes correlate with milder disease in COVID-19 patients Vamsee Mallajosyula, Conner Ganjavi, Saborni Chakraborty, Alana M. McSween, Ana Jimena Pavlovitch-Bedzyk, Julie Wilhelmy, et al. (+4)
117 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―01 SARS-CoV-2 immune evasion by the B.1.427/B.1.429 variant of concern Matthew McCallum, Jessica Bassi, Anna De Marco, Alex Chen, Alexandra C. Walls, Julia Di Iulio, et al. (+26)
118 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jul―01 Implications of defective immune responses in SARS-CoV-2 vaccinated organ transplant recipients Peter S. Heeger, Christian P. Larsen, Dorry L. Segev
119 [GO] Science 2021―Jul―01 Ultrapotent antibodies against diverse and highly transmissible SARS-CoV-2 variants Lingshu Wang, Tongqing Zhou, Yi Zhang, Eun Sung Yang, Chaim A. Schramm, Wei Shi, et al. (+52)
120 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jun―30 Identification of SARS-CoV-2-induced pathways reveals drug repurposing strategies Namshik Han, Woochang Hwang, Konstantinos Tzelepis, Patrick Schmerer, Eliza Yankova, Méabh MacMahon, et al. (+10)
121 [GO] Science Signaling 2021―Jun―29 Mn2+ coordinates Cap-0-RNA to align substrates for efficient 2′-O-methyl transfer by SARS-CoV-2 nsp16 George Minasov, Monica Rosas-Lemus, Ludmilla Shuvalova, Nicole L. Inniss, Joseph S. Brunzelle, Courtney M. Daczkowski, et al. (+3)
122 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―25 Delta variant triggers new phase in the pandemic Kai Kupferschmidt, Meredith Wadman
123 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jun―25 Multiplexed, quantitative serological profiling of COVID-19 from blood by a point-of-care test Jacob T. Heggestad, David S. Kinnamon, Lyra B. Olson, Jason Liu, Garrett Kelly, Simone A. Wall, et al. (+18)
124 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―24 Structural basis for enhanced infectivity and immune evasion of SARS-CoV-2 variants Yongfei Cai, Jun Zhang, Tianshu Xiao, Christy L. Lavine, Shaun Rawson, Hanqin Peng, et al. (+13)
125 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jun―23 Effects of COVID-19 lockdowns on fine particulate matter concentrations Melanie S. Hammer, Aaron van Donkelaar, Randall V. Martin, Erin E. McDuffie, Alexei Lyapustin, Andrew M. Sayer, et al. (+5)
126 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jun―22 Undiagnosed SARS-CoV-2 Seropositivity During the First Six Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States Heather Kalish, Carleen Klumpp-Thomas, Sally Hunsberger, Holly Ann Baus, Michael P Fay, Nalyn Siripong, et al. (+47)
127 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jun―22 COVID-19 vaccine side effects: The positives about feeling bad Jonathan Sprent, Cecile King
128 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―22 Drug-induced phospholipidosis confounds drug repurposing for SARS-CoV-2 Tia A. Tummino, Veronica V. Rezelj, Benoit Fischer, Audrey Fischer, Matthew J. O’Meara, Blandine Monel, et al. (+23)
129 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jun―22 Key epidemiological drivers and impact of interventions in the 2020 SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in England Edward S. Knock, Lilith K. Whittles, John A. Lees, Pablo N. Perez-Guzman, Robert Verity, Richard G. FitzJohn, et al. (+25)
130 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―17 Probing CD4 T cell immunity to SARS-CoV-2 Seth Thomas Scanlon, Michael Funk
131 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jun―16 Targeting highly pathogenic coronavirus-induced apoptosis reduces viral pathogenesis and disease severity Hin Chu, Huiping Shuai, Yuxin Hou, Xi Zhang, Lei Wen, Xiner Huang, et al. (+19)
132 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jun―15 Serum neurofilament light protein correlates with unfavorable clinical outcomes in hospitalized patients with COVID-19 Mercedes Prudencio, Young Erben, Christopher P. Marquez, Karen R. Jansen-West, Camila Franco-Mesa, Michael G. Heckman, et al. (+15)
133 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jun―15 Impaired humoral immunity to SARS-CoV-2 BNT162b2 vaccine in kidney transplant recipients and dialysis patients Hector Rincon-Arevalo, Mira Choi, Ana-Luisa Stefanski, Fabian Halleck, Ulrike Weber, Franziska Szelinski, et al. (+19)
134 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jun―15 SARS-CoV-2 vaccines elicit durable immune responses in infant rhesus macaques Carolina Garrido, Alan D. Curtis, Maria Dennis, Sachi H. Pathak, Hongmei Gao, David Montefiori, et al. (+19)
135 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―10 Japanese scientists warn that Tokyo Olympics could help spread COVID-19 Dennis Normile
136 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―10 Brazil gives Russian COVID-19 vaccine a chance, approving the import of limited doses Sofia Moutinho
137 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―10 Mixing COVID-19 vaccines appears to boost immune responses Gretchen Vogel
138 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―10 DNA test to predict odds of severe COVID-19 draws scrutiny Jocelyn Kaiser
139 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―10 Atmospheric ozone and pandemic lockdowns Jonathan P. D. Abbatt, Michael Funk
140 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jun―09 Global tropospheric ozone responses to reduced NOx emissions linked to the COVID-19 worldwide lockdowns Kazuyuki Miyazaki, Kevin Bowman, Takashi Sekiya, Masayuki Takigawa, Jessica L. Neu, Kengo Sudo, et al. (+2)
141 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―08 A ‘landmark’ trial to test mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 in Africa can’t get the coveted shots Jon Cohen
142 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―08 Would you have your DNA tested to predict how hard COVID-19 would strike? Should you? Jocelyn Kaiser
143 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jun―08 Plasma from patients with bacterial sepsis or severe COVID-19 induces production of suppressive myeloid cells from human hematopoietic progenitor cells in vitro Miguel Reyes, Michael R. Filbin, Roby P. Bhattacharyya, Abraham Sonny, Arnav Mehta, Kianna Billman, et al. (+12)
144 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―08 Senolytics reduce coronavirus-related mortality in old mice Christina D. Camell, Matthew J. Yousefzadeh, Yi Zhu, Larissa G. P. Langhi Prata, Matthew A. Huggins, Mark Pierson, et al. (+28)
145 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jun―08 Antibodies elicited by mRNA-1273 vaccination bind more broadly to the receptor binding domain than do those from SARS-CoV-2 infection Allison J. Greaney, Andrea N. Loes, Lauren E. Gentles, Katharine H.D. Crawford, Tyler N. Starr, Keara D. Malone, et al. (+2)
146 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―05 Tragic spring surge leads India to crank up coronavirus vaccine effort Joel Goldberg
147 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jun―04 Anti-body antibodies in COVID-19 Andrew H. Lichtman
148 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―03 Fe-S cofactors in the SARS-CoV-2 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase are potential antiviral targets Nunziata Maio, Bernard A. P. Lafont, Debangsu Sil, Yan Li, J. Martin Bollinger, Carsten Krebs, et al. (+3)
149 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―03 Respiratory viruses during the pandemic Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
150 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―03 Uncertain effects of the pandemic on respiratory viruses Gabriela B. Gomez, Cedric Mahé, Sandra S. Chaves
151 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―02 Brazilian town experiment shows mass vaccination can wipe out COVID-19 Sofia Moutinho
152 [GO] Science 2021―Jun―02 Israel reports link between rare cases of heart inflammation and COVID-19 vaccination in young men Gretchen Vogel
153 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jun―02 First exposure to the pandemic H1N1 virus induced broadly neutralizing antibodies targeting hemagglutinin head epitopes Jenna J. Guthmiller, Julianna Han, Lei Li, Alec W. Freyn, Sean T. H. Liu, Olivia Stovicek, et al. (+14)
154 [GO] Science 2021―May―28 Scientists rally around misconduct consultant facing legal threat after challenging COVID-19 drug researcher Cathleen O’Grady
155 [GO] Science 2021―May―28 ‘Dear those in charge’: A scientist’s coronavirus impact statement Adam Ruben
156 [GO] Science Advances 2021―May―28 Immunization with RBD-P2 and N protects against SARS-CoV-2 in nonhuman primates So-Hee Hong, Hanseul Oh, Yong Wook Park, Hye Won Kwak, Eun Young Oh, Hyo-Jung Park, et al. (+30)
157 [GO] Science 2021―May―27 Rich countries cornered COVID-19 vaccine doses. Four strategies to right a ‘scandalous inequity’ Jon Cohen
158 [GO] Science 2021―May―27 Biden adds voice to calls for further investigation into origins of pandemic virus John Travis
159 [GO] Science 2021―May―27 Two more coronaviruses may infect people Anthony King
160 [GO] Science Advances 2021―May―26 Inhalable Nanobody (PiN-21) prevents and treats SARS-CoV-2 infections in Syrian hamsters at ultra-low doses Sham Nambulli, Yufei Xiang, Natasha L. Tilston-Lunel, Linda J. Rennick, Zhe Sang, William B. Klimstra, et al. (+4)
161 [GO] Science Advances 2021―May―26 Lessons from a pandemic for systems-oriented sustainability research Noelle E. Selin
162 [GO] Science 2021―May―25 I’m subject NL002-0060 and I’m dropping out of my COVID-19 vaccine trial Martin Enserink
163 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―May―25 Complement control for COVID-19 Markus Bosmann
164 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―May―25 SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern partially escape humoral but not T-cell responses in COVID-19 convalescent donors and vaccinees Daryl Geers, Marc C. Shamier, Susanne Bogers, Gerco den Hartog, Lennert Gommers, Nella N. Nieuwkoop, et al. (+19)
165 [GO] Science 2021―May―25 Estimating infectiousness throughout SARS-CoV-2 infection course Terry C. Jones, Guido Biele, Barbara Mühlemann, Talitha Veith, Julia Schneider, Jörn Beheim-Schwarzbach, et al. (+14)
166 [GO] Science Advances 2021―May―21 Air pollution impacts of COVID-19-related containment measures Guillaume P. Chossière, Haofeng Xu, Yash Dixit, Stewart Isaacs, Sebastian D. Eastham, Florian Allroggen, et al. (+2)
167 [GO] Science 2021―May―21 Blind spots thwart global coronavirus tracking Meredith Wadman
168 [GO] Science 2021―May―21 Two more coronaviruses can infect people, studies suggest Anthony King
169 [GO] Science 2021―May―21 Structural and functional ramifications of antigenic drift in recent SARS-CoV-2 variants Meng Yuan, Deli Huang, Chang-Chun D. Lee, Nicholas C. Wu, Abigail M. Jackson, Xueyong Zhu, et al. (+11)
170 [GO] Science 2021―May―20 Why is the world’s largest COVID-19 vaccine campaign faltering? Jon Cohen
171 [GO] Science 2021―May―20 Face masks effectively limit the probability of SARS-CoV-2 transmission Yafang Cheng, Nan Ma, Christian Witt, Steffen Rapp, Philipp S. Wild, Meinrat O. Andreae, et al. (+2)
172 [GO] Science 2021―May―18 Human tissue preserved since World War I yields new clues about 1918 pandemic Kai Kupferschmidt
173 [GO] Science 2021―May―18 Forget throat swabs: Dutch company claims its breathalyzer can help sniff out COVID-19 Jop Vrieze
174 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―May―18 Pharmacological activation of STING blocks SARS-CoV-2 infection Minghua Li, Max Ferretti, Baoling Ying, Hélène Descamps, Emily Lee, Mark Dittmar, et al. (+14)
175 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―May―18 A diamidobenzimidazole STING agonist protects against SARS-CoV-2 infection Fiachra Humphries, Liraz Shmuel-Galia, Zhaozhao Jiang, Ruth Wilson, Philip Landis, Sze-Ling Ng, et al. (+8)
176 [GO] Science 2021―May―18 Clonal analysis of immunodominance and cross-reactivity of the CD4 T cell response to SARS-CoV-2 Jun Siong Low, Daniela Vaqueirinho, Federico Mele, Mathilde Foglierini, Josipa Jerak, Michela Perotti, et al. (+13)
177 [GO] Science 2021―May―15 Scientists tracking coronavirus variants struggle with global blind spots Meredith Wadman
178 [GO] Science 2021―May―15 The pandemic surge at home is threatening an Indian vaccinemaker’s bid to protect the world Jon Cohen
179 [GO] Science 2021―May―14 Only 1% of Japan is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Is it ready for the Olympics? Dennis Normile
180 [GO] Science 2021―May―13 ‘A toxic cocktail:’ Panel delivers harsh verdict on the world’s failure to prepare for pandemic Kai Kupferschmidt
181 [GO] Science 2021―May―13 Investigate the origins of COVID-19 Jesse D. Bloom, Yujia Alina Chan, Ralph S. Baric, Pamela J. Bjorkman, Sarah Cobey, Benjamin E. Deverman, et al. (+13)
182 [GO] Science 2021―May―13 Israel's COVID-19 endgame Ran D. Balicer, Reut Ohana
183 [GO] Science 2021―May―13 People with Down syndrome face high risk from coronavirus Meredith Wadman
184 [GO] Science 2021―May―13 Do coronavirus genes slip into human chromosomes? Jon Cohen
185 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―May―13 Increased complement activation is a distinctive feature of severe SARS-CoV-2 infection Lina Ma, Sanjaya K. Sahu, Marlene Cano, Vasanthan Kuppuswamy, Jamal Bajwa, Ja’Nia McPhatter, et al. (+25)
186 [GO] Science 2021―May―13 Structural basis of ribosomal frameshifting during translation of the SARS-CoV-2 RNA genome Pramod R. Bhatt, Alain Scaiola, Gary Loughran, Marc Leibundgut, Annika Kratzel, Romane Meurs, et al. (+8)
187 [GO] Science 2021―May―13 As U.S. pandemic subsides, conferences explore ‘hybrids’ Katie Langin
188 [GO] Science Advances 2021―May―12 Differential cardiopulmonary monitoring system for artifact-canceled physiological tracking of athletes, workers, and COVID-19 patients Hyoyoung Jeong, Jong Yoon Lee, KunHyuck Lee, Youn J. Kang, Jin-Tae Kim, Raudel Avila, et al. (+25)
189 [GO] Science 2021―May―07 Further evidence supports controversial claim that SARS-CoV-2 genes can integrate with human DNA Jon Cohen
190 [GO] Science Advances 2021―May―07 The impact of relaxing interventions on human contact patterns and SARS-CoV-2 transmission in China Juanjuan Zhang, Maria Litvinova, Yuxia Liang, Wen Zheng, Huilin Shi, Alessandro Vespignani, et al. (+3)
191 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Polio vaccinators are back after pandemic pause Leslie Roberts
192 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 A community-led approach to COVID-19 Kyle A. Artelle, Kelly Brown, Diana E. Chan, Jennifer J. Silver, Jennifer Sills
193 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 COVID-19 affects HIV and tuberculosis care Quarraisha Abdool Karim, Salim S. Abdool Karim
194 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 COVID-19 complications in South Africa Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
195 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Global prospects for COVID-19 control Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
196 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Nicaragua's COVID-19 crisis demands a response Jorge Huete-Pérez, John Hildebrand, Jennifer Sills
197 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 The COVID-19 pandemic and human fertility A. Aassve, N. Cavalli, L. Mencarini, S. Plach, M. Livi Bacci
198 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Rapid antigen testing in COVID-19 responses Marta García-Fiñana, Iain E. Buchan
199 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Is India's coronavirus death ‘paradox’ vanishing? Jon Cohen
200 [GO] Science Advances 2021―May―06 Structural insights into the cross-neutralization of SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 by the human monoclonal antibody 47D11 Juliette Fedry, Daniel L. Hurdiss, Chunyan Wang, Wentao Li, Gonzalo Obal, Ieva Drulyte, et al. (+5)
201 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 A large-scale screen to target SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
202 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Data secrecy may cripple U.S. attempts to slow pandemic Charles Piller
203 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Ecology and economics for pandemic prevention Andrew P. Dobson, Stuart L. Pimm, Lee Hannah, Les Kaufman, Jorge A. Ahumada, Amy W. Ando, et al. (+11)
204 [GO] Science 2021―May―06 Mathematical models to guide pandemic response C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Dylan H. Morris, Sang Woo Park
205 [GO] Science 2021―May―05 ‘There are so many hurdles.’ Indian scientists plead with government to unlock COVID-19 data Priyanka Pulla
206 [GO] Science 2021―May―04 Prevalent, protective, and convergent IgG recognition of SARS-CoV-2 non-RBD spike epitopes William N. Voss, Yixuan J. Hou, Nicole V. Johnson, George Delidakis, Jin Eyun Kim, Kamyab Javanmardi, et al. (+32)
207 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―May―03 COVID-19-related anosmia is associated with viral persistence and inflammation in human olfactory epithelium and brain infection in hamsters Guilherme Dias de Melo, Françoise Lazarini, Sylvain Levallois, Charlotte Hautefort, Vincent Michel, Florence Larrous, et al. (+15)
208 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―May―03 Viral genomes reveal patterns of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in Washington State Nicola F. Müller, Cassia Wagner, Chris D. Frazar, Pavitra Roychoudhury, Jover Lee, Louise H. Moncla, et al. (+37)
209 [GO] Science 2021―May―01 Will India’s devastating COVID-19 surge provide data that clear up its death ‘paradox’? Jon Cohen
210 [GO] Science 2021―May―01 Is Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine safe? Brazil’s veto of Sputnik V sparks lawsuit threat and confusion Sofia Moutinho
211 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―30 Scientists scour the Amazon for pathogens that could spark the next pandemic Daniel Grossman
212 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―30 Prior SARS-CoV-2 infection rescues B and T cell responses to variants after first vaccine dose Catherine J. Reynolds, Corinna Pade, Joseph M. Gibbons, David K. Butler, Ashley D. Otter, Katia Menacho, et al. (+16)
213 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―29 Household COVID-19 risk and in-person schooling Justin Lessler, M. Kate Grabowski, Kyra H. Grantz, Elena Badillo-Goicoechea, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Carly Lupton-Smith, et al. (+2)
214 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―29 How SARS-CoV-2 first adapted in humans Hyeryun Choe, Michael Farzan
215 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―29 Pandemic haiku Jennifer Sills
216 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―28 COVID-19 ‘brain fog’ inspires search for causes and treatments Kelly Servick
217 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―28 Florida private school threatens jobs of teachers who seek COVID-19 vaccines Meredith Wadman
218 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―28 COVID-19 vaccines may protect many, but not all, people with suppressed immune systems Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
219 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―28 Get your coronavirus test, join the party: Experimental mass events in the Netherlands draw fire Jop Vrieze
220 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―27 Socioeconomic status determines COVID-19 incidence and related mortality in Santiago, Chile Gonzalo E. Mena, Pamela P. Martinez, Ayesha S. Mahmud, Pablo A. Marquet, Caroline O. Buckee, Mauricio Santillana
221 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―23 Resurgence of SARS-CoV-2: detection by community viral surveillance Steven Riley, Kylie E. C. Ainslie, Oliver Eales, Caroline E. Walters, Haowei Wang, Christina Atchison, et al. (+9)
222 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―23 Clear link emerges between COVID-19 and pregnancy complications Jocelyn Kaiser
223 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―23 Do preservative and stray proteins cause rare COVID-19 vaccine side effect? Gretchen Vogel
224 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Apr―23 SARS-CoV-2 can recruit a haem metabolite to evade antibody immunity Annachiara Rosa, Valerie E. Pye, Carl Graham, Luke Muir, Jeffrey Seow, Kevin W. Ng, et al. (+34)
225 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―22 After coronavirus vaccine failures, France laments the state of its biomedical R&D Tania Rabesandratana
226 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―22 Partial immunity and SARS-CoV-2 mutations William P. Hanage, Colin A. Russell, Jennifer Sills
227 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―22 Partial immunity and SARS-CoV-2 mutations-Response Chadi M. Saad-Roy, Sinead E. Morris, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Michael J. Mina, Rachel E. Baker, Jeremy Farrar, et al. (+7)
228 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―22 Backtracking a pandemic Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
229 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―16 Vaccines that can protect against many coronaviruses could prevent another pandemic Jon Cohen
230 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Apr―16 The SARS-CoV-2 Spike variant D614G favors an open conformational state Rachael A. Mansbach, Srirupa Chakraborty, Kien Nguyen, David C. Montefiori, Bette Korber, S. Gnanakaran
231 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Apr―15 Distinct antibody and memory B cell responses in SARS-CoV-2 naïve and recovered individuals following mRNA vaccination Rishi R. Goel, Sokratis A. Apostolidis, Mark M. Painter, Divij Mathew, Ajinkya Pattekar, Oliva Kuthuru, et al. (+25)
232 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―14 Concerns over rare clotting disorders halt use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine Gretchen Vogel
233 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Apr―14 SARS-CoV-2 genome-wide T cell epitope mapping reveals immunodominance and substantial CD8+ T cell activation in COVID-19 patients Sunil Kumar Saini, Ditte Stampe Hersby, Tripti Tamhane, Helle Rus Povlsen, Susana Patricia Amaya Hernandez, Morten Nielsen, et al. (+2)
234 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―14 Spatiotemporal pattern of COVID-19 spread in Brazil Marcia C. Castro, Sun Kim, Lorena Barberia, Ana Freitas Ribeiro, Susie Gurzenda, Karina Braga Ribeiro, et al. (+4)
235 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Apr―14 Fragment binding to the Nsp3 macrodomain of SARS-CoV-2 identified through crystallographic screening and computational docking Marion Schuller, Galen J. Correy, Stefan Gahbauer, Daren Fearon, Taiasean Wu, Roberto Efraín Díaz, et al. (+47)
236 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―14 Genomics and epidemiology of the P.1 SARS-CoV-2 lineage in Manaus, Brazil Nuno R. Faria, Thomas A. Mellan, Charles Whittaker, Ingra M. Claro, Darlan da S. Candido, Swapnil Mishra, et al. (+66)
237 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―12 Shared B cell memory to coronaviruses and other pathogens varies in human age groups and tissues Fan Yang, Sandra C. A. Nielsen, Ramona A. Hoh, Katharina Röltgen, Oliver Fabian Wirz, Emily Haraguchi, et al. (+13)
238 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―10 Chinese COVID-19 vaccine maintains protection in variant-plagued Brazil Sofia Moutinho
239 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―09 The story behind COVID-19 vaccines Anthony S. Fauci
240 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―07 Russia’s COVID-19 defense may depend on mystery vaccine from former bioweapons lab-but does it work? Olga Dobrovidova
241 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Apr―07 SARS-CoV-2 drives JAK1/2-dependent local complement hyperactivation Bingyu Yan, Tilo Freiwald, Daniel Chauss, Luopin Wang, Erin West, Carmen Mirabelli, et al. (+24)
242 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Apr―05 The neutralizing antibody, LY-CoV555, protects against SARS-CoV-2 infection in non-human primates Bryan E. Jones, Patricia L. Brown-Augsburger, Kizzmekia S. Corbett, Kathryn Westendorf, Julian Davies, Thomas P. Cujec, et al. (+51)
243 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―02 X-ray screening identifies active site and allosteric inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2 main protease Sebastian Günther, Patrick Y. A. Reinke, Yaiza Fernández-García, Julia Lieske, Thomas J. Lane, Helen M. Ginn, et al. (+96)
244 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―01 ‘Compromise’ WHO report resolves little on pandemic’s origins, but details probe’s next steps Kai Kupferschmidt
245 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―01 Restart science stronger after COVID-19 Alan I. Leshner
246 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―01 Aging immunity may exacerbate COVID-19 Arne N. Akbar, Derek W. Gilroy
247 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―01 COVID-19 policies: Remember measles Debarati Guha-Sapir, Maria Moitinho de Almeida, Mory Keita, Gregg Greenough, Eran Bendavid, Jennifer Sills
248 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―01 SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, elaborated Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
249 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―01 Pandemic scientists fight burnout Meredith Wadman
250 [GO] Science 2021―Apr―01 The pandemic virus is slowly mutating. But does it matter? Kai Kupferschmidt
251 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―30 ‘I’m empty.’ Pandemic scientists are burning out-and don’t see an end in sight Meredith Wadman
252 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―28 A rare clotting disorder may cloud the world's hopes for AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine Kai Kupferschmidt
253 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―27 COVID-19 is soaring again in India. Can vaccines stop it? Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar
254 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―27 Syringe size and supply issues continue to waste COVID-19 vaccine doses in United States Sofia Moutinho
255 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―26 AstraZeneca lowers efficacy claim for COVID-19 vaccine, a bit, after board's rebuke Jon Cohen
256 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―25 mRNA vaccination boosts cross-variant neutralizing antibodies elicited by SARS-CoV-2 infection Leonidas Stamatatos, Julie Czartoski, Yu-Hsin Wan, Leah J. Homad, Vanessa Rubin, Hayley Glantz, et al. (+13)
257 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―25 The emerging plasticity of SARS-CoV-2 Kevin D. McCormick, Jana L. Jacobs, John W. Mellors
258 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―25 Targeting the SARS-CoV-2 main protease Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
259 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―23 Common fungus emerges as threat to hospitalized COVID-19 patients Nathaniel Scharping
260 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―23 AstraZeneca reports powerful COVID-19 protection in new vaccine trial Kai Kupferschmidt
261 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―23 The impact of population-wide rapid antigen testing on SARS-CoV-2 prevalence in Slovakia Martin Pavelka, Kevin Van-Zandvoort, Sam Abbott, Katharine Sherratt, Marek Majdan, Inštitút Zdravotných Analýz, et al. (+4)
262 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―22 Turkey targets critics of its pandemic response Kristen McTighe
263 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―20 Major coronavirus variant found in pets for first time David Grimm
264 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―19 ‘Total game changer’: Pinpointing gene activity in tissues is aiding studies of COVID-19, Alzheimer’s Elizabeth Pennisi
265 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―19 COVID-19 treatment at 1 year, and smarter materials for smarter cities Sarah Crespi
266 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―19 European countries resume use of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, hoping pause has not dented confidence Kai Kupferschmidt
267 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―19 Researchers hunt for cause of rare, COVID-19-linked immune disease in children Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
268 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―19 Amid the pandemic, I learned to reflect on what really matters to me in a career Taylor Wright
269 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Mar―19 Symptom clusters in COVID-19: A potential clinical prediction tool from the COVID Symptom Study app Carole H. Sudre, Karla A. Lee, Mary Ni Lochlainn, Thomas Varsavsky, Benjamin Murray, Mark S. Graham, et al. (+27)
270 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―19 Modeling SARS-CoV-2 in mice Priscilla N. Kelly, Michael Funk
271 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Mar―19 Single-component, self-assembling, protein nanoparticles presenting the receptor binding domain and stabilized spike as SARS-CoV-2 vaccine candidates Linling He, Xiaohe Lin, Ying Wang, Ciril Abraham, Cindy Sou, Timothy Ngo, et al. (+3)
272 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―18 Many people who die of COVID-19 have the virus in their hearts Emma Yasinski
273 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―18 ‘It’s a very special picture.’ Why vaccine safety experts put the brakes on AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine Gretchen Vogel
274 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―18 Timing the SARS-CoV-2 index case in Hubei province Jonathan Pekar, Michael Worobey, Niema Moshiri, Konrad Scheffler, Joel O. Wertheim
275 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―18 COVID-19 vaccination passports Christopher Dye, Melinda C. Mills
276 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―18 Appropriate names for COVID-19 variants Salim S. Abdool Karim, Tulio de Oliveira, Glaudina Loots, Jennifer Sills
277 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―18 SARS-CoV-2 transmission without symptoms Angela L. Rasmussen, Saskia V. Popescu
278 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―17 How do you treat coronavirus? Here are physicians’ best strategies Kelly Servick
279 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Mar―17 Catalytic amplification by transition-state molecular switches for direct and sensitive detection of SARS-CoV-2 Noah R. Sundah, Auginia Natalia, Yu Liu, Nicholas R. Y. Ho, Haitao Zhao, Yuan Chen, et al. (+8)
280 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―16 Structural impact on SARS-CoV-2 spike protein by D614G substitution Jun Zhang, Yongfei Cai, Tianshu Xiao, Jianming Lu, Hanqin Peng, Sarah M. Sterling, et al. (+7)
281 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Mar―15 T cell and antibody kinetics delineate SARS-CoV-2 peptides mediating long-term immune responses in COVID-19 convalescent individuals Tatjana Bilich, Annika Nelde, Jonas S. Heitmann, Yacine Maringer, Malte Roerden, Jens Bauer, et al. (+9)
282 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Mar―15 SARS-CoV-2 infection of human iPSC-derived cardiac cells reflects cytopathic features in hearts of patients with COVID-19 Juan A. Perez-Bermejo, Serah Kang, Sarah J. Rockwood, Camille R. Simoneau, David A. Joy, Ana C. Silva, et al. (+12)
283 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―12 Researchers race to develop antiviral weapons to fight the pandemic coronavirus Robert Service
284 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 Critics decry access, transparency issues with key trove of coronavirus sequences Meredith Wadman
285 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 What’s in the huge pandemic relief bill for science? David Malakoff
286 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 COVID-19 lessons for research Francis S. Collins
287 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 Vaccine efficacy probable against COVID-19 variants Larry L. Luchsinger, Christopher D. Hillyer, Jennifer Sills
288 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 Coronavirus sequence trove sparks frustration Meredith Wadman
289 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 Recurrent deletions in the SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein drive antibody escape Kevin R. McCarthy, Linda J. Rennick, Sham Nambulli, Lindsey R. Robinson-McCarthy, William G. Bain, Ghady Haidar, W. Paul Duprex
290 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 Immunity to SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern Daniel M. Altmann, Rosemary J. Boyton, Rupert Beale
291 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―11 Pandora's pandemic Luis A. Campos
292 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Mar―10 Inflammatory profiles across the spectrum of disease reveal a distinct role for GM-CSF in severe COVID-19 Ryan S Thwaites, Ashley Sanchez Sevilla Uruchurtu, Matthew K Siggins, Felicity Liew, Clark D Russell, Shona C Moore, et al. (+20)
293 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Mar―10 Academic careers and the COVID-19 pandemic: Reversing the tide Rotonya M. Carr, Meghan B. Lane-Fall, Eugenia South, Donita Brady, Florence Momplaisir, Carmen E. Guerra, et al. (+4)
294 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―10 Countries now scrambling for COVID-19 vaccines may soon have surpluses to donate Jon Cohen
295 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―10 ‘On the verge of a breakdown.’ Report highlights women academics’ pandemic challenges Katie Langin
296 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―09 Health official ousted by Trump to lead private coronavirus tracking effort Jocelyn Kaiser
297 [GO] Science Signaling 2021―Mar―09 Autophagy chokes on SARS-CoV-2 Annalisa M. VanHook
298 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―09 Epidemiological and evolutionary considerations of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine dosing regimes Chadi M. Saad-Roy, Sinead E. Morris, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Michael J. Mina, Rachel E. Baker, Jeremy Farrar, et al. (+6)
299 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―09 SARS-CoV-2 within-host diversity and transmission Katrina A. Lythgoe, Matthew Hall, Luca Ferretti, Mariateresa de Cesare, George MacIntyre-Cockett, Amy Trebes, et al. (+30)
300 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―08 COVID-19 risks for children Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
301 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―08 Found: genes that sway the course of the coronavirus Jocelyn Kaiser
302 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Mar―05 An early warning approach to monitor COVID-19 activity with multiple digital traces in near real time Nicole E. Kogan, Leonardo Clemente, Parker Liautaud, Justin Kaashoek, Nicholas B. Link, Andre T. Nguyen, et al. (+11)
303 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Mar―05 Longitudinal antibody repertoire in “mild” versus “severe” COVID-19 patients reveals immune markers associated with disease severity and resolution Supriya Ravichandran, Youri Lee, Gabrielle Grubbs, Elizabeth M. Coyle, Laura Klenow, Osamu Akasaka, et al. (+17)
304 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―04 International megatrial of coronavirus treatments is at a standstill Kai Kupferschmidt
305 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Mar―04 SARS-CoV-2 mutations in MHC-I-restricted epitopes evade CD8+ T cell responses Benedikt Agerer, Maximilian Koblischke, Venugopal Gudipati, Luis Fernando Montaño-Gutierrez, Mark Smyth, Alexandra Popa, et al. (+37)
306 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―03 Critics slam letter in prestigious journal that downplayed COVID-19 risks to Swedish schoolchildren Gretchen Vogel
307 [GO] Science 2021―Mar―03 Estimated transmissibility and impact of SARS-CoV-2 lineage B.1.1.7 in England Nicholas G. Davies, Sam Abbott, Rosanna C. Barnard, Christopher I. Jarvis, Adam J. Kucharski, James D. Munday, et al. (+17)
308 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Mar―02 Deep immune profiling of MIS-C demonstrates marked but transient immune activation compared to adult and pediatric COVID-19 Laura A. Vella, Josephine R. Giles, Amy E. Baxter, Derek A. Oldridge, Caroline Diorio, Leticia Kuri-Cervantes, et al. (+33)
309 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―25 Market design to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine supply Juan Camilo Castillo, Amrita Ahuja, Susan Athey, Arthur Baker, Eric Budish, Tasneem Chipty, et al. (+10)
310 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―25 Plitidepsin has potent preclinical efficacy against SARS-CoV-2 by targeting the host protein eEF1A Kris M. White, Romel Rosales, Soner Yildiz, Thomas Kehrer, Lisa Miorin, Elena Moreno, et al. (+20)
311 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―25 SARS-CoV-2 dependence on host pathways Jason P. Wong, Blossom Damania
312 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―24 As trials ramp up, doctors stress need to vaccinate kids against COVID-19 Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
313 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―24 California coronavirus strain may be more infectious-and lethal Meredith Wadman
314 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―24 Supporting women in academia during and after a global pandemic Tiffany A. Reese, Tamia A. Harris-Tryon, Jennifer G. Gill, Laura A. Banaszynski
315 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―23 U.S. National Science Foundation could get $600 million in pandemic relief bill Jeffrey Mervis
316 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Feb―23 Clonal expansion and activation of tissue-resident memory-like Th17 cells expressing GM-CSF in the lungs of severe COVID-19 patients Yu Zhao, Christoph Kilian, Jan-Eric Turner, Lidia Bosurgi, Kevin Roedl, Patricia Bartsch, et al. (+32)
317 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Feb―23 Prolonged evolution of the human B cell response to SARS-CoV-2 infection Mrunal Sakharkar, C. Garrett Rappazzo, Wendy F. Wieland-Alter, Ching-Lin Hsieh, Daniel Wrapp, Emma S. Esterman, et al. (+7)
318 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Feb―22 Lessons from applied large-scale pooling of 133,816 SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR tests Netta Barak, Roni Ben-Ami, Tal Sido, Amir Perri, Aviad Shtoyer, Mila Rivkin, et al. (+11)
319 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―22 Immunogenicity of clinically relevant SARS-CoV-2 vaccines in non-human primates and humans P. J. Klasse, Douglas F. Nixon, John P. Moore
320 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―19 Vaccine-wary France turns to citizens’ panel to boost trust in COVID-19 shots Barbara Casassus
321 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―19 All your COVID-19 vaccine questions answered, and a new theory on forming rocky planets Sarah Crespi
322 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―19 A universal coronavirus vaccine Wayne C. Koff, Seth F. Berkley
323 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―19 Mapping antibody escape in SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
324 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―18 Unprotected African health workers die as rich countries buy up COVID-19 vaccines Kai Kupferschmidt
325 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―18 To aid vaccine research, U.K. approves deliberate infections of volunteers with coronavirus Jon Cohen
326 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―18 SARS-CoV-2 Mpro inhibitors with antiviral activity in a transgenic mouse model Jingxin Qiao, Yue-Shan Li, Rui Zeng, Feng-Liang Liu, Rong-Hua Luo, Chong Huang, et al. (+37)
327 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―17 How soon will COVID-19 vaccines return life to normal? Jon Cohen
328 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―17 An engineered decoy receptor for SARS-CoV-2 broadly binds protein S sequence variants Kui K. Chan, Timothy J. C. Tan, Krishna K. Narayanan, Erik Procko
329 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―17 Intranasal fusion inhibitory lipopeptide prevents direct-contact SARS-CoV-2 transmission in ferrets Rory D. de Vries, Katharina S. Schmitz, Francesca T. Bovier, Camilla Predella, Jonathan Khao, Danny Noack, et al. (+13)
330 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―16 Keeping schools open without masks or quarantines doubled Swedish teachers’ COVID-19 risk Gretchen Vogel
331 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―15 'Politics was always in the room.' WHO mission chief reflects on China trip seeking COVID-19’s origin Kai Kupferschmidt
332 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―14 INSIGHT: A population-scale COVID-19 testing strategy combining point-of-care diagnosis with centralized high-throughput sequencing Qianxin Wu, Chenqu Suo, Tom Brown, Tengyao Wang, Sarah A. Teichmann, Andrew R. Bassett
333 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―14 Should you mix and match COVID-19 vaccines? Scientists are seeking answers Jon Cohen
334 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―14 Insights into neutralizing antibody responses in individuals exposed to SARS-CoV-2 in Chile Carolina Beltrán-Pavez, Sebastián Riquelme-Barrios, Aarón Oyarzún-Arrau, Aracelly Gaete-Argel, Roxana González-Stegmaier, Karina Cereceda-Solis, et al. (+14)
335 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―12 World’s largest COVID-19 drug trial identifies second compound that cuts risk of death Kai Kupferschmidt
336 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―11 Fighting zoonotic coronaviruses Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
337 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―11 Mosaic nanoparticles elicit cross-reactive immune responses to zoonotic coronaviruses in mice Alexander A. Cohen, Priyanthi N. P. Gnanapragasam, Yu E. Lee, Pauline R. Hoffman, Susan Ou, Leesa M. Kakutani, et al. (+7)
338 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―11 A double punch against SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
339 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―11 Taming a pandemic Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
340 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―11 Pandemic hit academic mothers hard, data show Katie Langin
341 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―11 Tracking the UK SARS-CoV-2 outbreak Martha I. Nelson
342 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―10 U.S. rushes to fill void in viral sequencing as worrisome coronavirus variants spread Meredith Wadman
343 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―10 Pandemic hit academic mothers especially hard, new data confirm Katie Langin
344 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―09 South Africa suspends use of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine after it fails to clearly stop virus variant Jon Cohen
345 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―09 A lymph node-targeted Amphiphile vaccine induces potent cellular and humoral immunity to SARS-CoV-2 Martin P. Steinbuck, Lochana M. Seenappa, Aniela Jakubowski, Lisa K. McNeil, Christopher M. Haqq, Peter C. DeMuth
346 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―09 Nsp1 protein of SARS-CoV-2 disrupts the mRNA export machinery to inhibit host gene expression Ke Zhang, Lisa Miorin, Tadashi Makio, Ishmael Dehghan, Shengyan Gao, Yihu Xie, et al. (+13)
347 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―08 Falling living standards during the COVID-19 crisis: Quantitative evidence from nine developing countries Dennis Egger, Edward Miguel, Shana S. Warren, Ashish Shenoy, Elliott Collins, Dean Karlan, et al. (+20)
348 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―05 We paused our Ph.D. research to lead a COVID-19 contact tracing team. Here’s what we learned Nawar Naseer
349 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―04 Danish scientists see tough times ahead as they watch more contagious COVID-19 virus surge Kai Kupferschmidt
350 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―04 ‘A question of choices.’ Pfizer vaccine leader on confronting new coronavirus variants Meredith Wadman
351 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―04 What we’ve learned from communicating our science during the pandemic Esther Choo
352 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―04 Two new vaccines deliver good and bad news for the pandemic Jon Cohen
353 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―03 Leveraging systems biology for predicting modulators of inflammation in patients with COVID-19 Sascha Jung, Ilya Potapov, Samyukta Chillara, Antonio del Sol
354 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―03 A diagnostic host response biosignature for COVID-19 from RNA profiling of nasal swabs and blood Dianna L. Ng, Andrea C. Granados, Yale A. Santos, Venice Servellita, Gregory M. Goldgof, Cem Meydan, et al. (+26)
355 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Feb―03 Development and deployment of COVID-19 vaccines for those most vulnerable Wayne C. Koff, Theodore Schenkelberg, Tere Williams, Ralph S. Baric, Adrian McDermott, Cheryl M. Cameron, et al. (+13)
356 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Feb―03 Vaccine optimization for COVID-19: Who to vaccinate first? Laura Matrajt, Julia Eaton, Tiffany Leung, Elizabeth R. Brown
357 [GO] Science 2021―Feb―02 Age groups that sustain resurging COVID-19 epidemics in the United States Mélodie Monod, Alexandra Blenkinsop, Xiaoyue Xi, Daniel Hebert, Sivan Bershan, Simon Tietze, et al. (+21)
358 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―30 One-dose COVID-19 vaccine offers solid protection against severe disease Jon Cohen
359 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―30 How do the leading COVID-19 vaccines work? Science explains Meagan Cantwell
360 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―29 This wildlife vet tracks deadly microbes in the African jungle. Now, he’s on the trail of COVID-19 Kai Kupferschmidt
361 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―29 Novavax vaccine delivers 89% efficacy against COVID-19 in U.K.-but is less potent in South Africa Meredith Wadman
362 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―29 Neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 lineage B.1.1.7 pseudovirus by BNT162b2 vaccine-elicited human sera Alexander Muik, Ann-Kathrin Wallisch, Bianca Sänger, Kena A. Swanson, Julia Mühl, Wei Chen, et al. (+6)
363 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―28 Insights from SARS-CoV-2 sequences Michael A. Martin, David VanInsberghe, Katia Koelle
364 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―27 Monoclonal antibodies protect against COVID-19 in a second study Jon Cohen
365 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―27 Vaccine 2.0: Moderna and other companies plan tweaks that would protect against new coronavirus mutations Kai Kupferschmidt
366 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―26 Proud of vaccine success, Warp Speed’s ex-science head talks politics, presidents, and future pandemics Jon Cohen
367 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jan―25 Severely ill COVID-19 patients display impaired exhaustion features in SARS-CoV-2-reactive CD8+ T cells Anthony Kusnadi, Ciro Ramírez-Suástegui, Vicente Fajardo, Serena J Chee, Benjamin J Meckiff, Hayley Simon, et al. (+5)
368 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―25 Prospective mapping of viral mutations that escape antibodies used to treat COVID-19 Tyler N. Starr, Allison J. Greaney, Amin Addetia, William W. Hannon, Manish C. Choudhary, Adam S. Dingens, et al. (+2)
369 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―23 Monoclonal antibodies can prevent COVID-19-but successful vaccines complicate their future Jon Cohen
370 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―22 Media outlets inconsistently mention uncertain status of COVID-19 preprints Cathleen O’Grady
371 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―21 Model-informed COVID-19 vaccine prioritization strategies by age and serostatus Kate M. Bubar, Kyle Reinholt, Stephen M. Kissler, Marc Lipsitch, Sarah Cobey, Yonatan H. Grad, Daniel B. Larremore
372 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―21 Disgraced COVID-19 studies are still routinely cited Charles Piller
373 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jan―20 Could COVID-19 eliminate the alarm clock? Jennifer M. Hurley
374 [GO] Science Robotics 2021―Jan―20 How could robotics help establish a new norm after COVID-19? Guang-Zhong Yang
375 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―16 COVID-19 cases are soaring in Indonesia. Can a new health minister turn things around? Dyna Rochmyaningsih
376 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―16 Many scientists citing two scandalous COVID-19 papers ignore their retractions Charles Piller
377 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―16 New coronavirus variants could cause more reinfections, require updated vaccines Kai Kupferschmidt
378 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―16 Biden proposes a science-led New Deal to end pandemic suffering Jon Cohen
379 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―15 How I talk to my science-skeptic parents about COVID-19 Gabriela Goldberg
380 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―15 ‘Compelled by stories.’ A marketing expert’s tips for promoting COVID-19 vaccination Warren Cornwall
381 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―15 Pandemic could mark ‘turning point’ for Chinese science Dennis Normile
382 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 After aborted attempt, sensitive WHO mission to study pandemic origins is on its way to China Kai Kupferschmidt
383 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 COVID-19 measures also suppress flu-for now Kelly Servick
384 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 Could too much time between doses drive the coronavirus to outwit vaccines? Meredith Wadman
385 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 Anomalous COVID-19 tests hinder researchers Lindsey R. Robinson-McCarthy, Alexander J. Mijalis, Gabriel T. Filsinger, Helena de Puig, Nina M. Donghia, Thomas E. Schaus, et al. (+17)
386 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 Three-quarters attack rate of SARS-CoV-2 in the Brazilian Amazon during a largely unmitigated epidemic Lewis F. Buss, Carlos A. Prete, Claudia M. M. Abrahim, Alfredo Mendrone, Tassila Salomon, Cesar de Almeida-Neto, et al. (+30)
387 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 SARS-CoV-2: From entry to autophagy? Leslie K. Ferrarelli, Michael Funk
388 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 Pandemic could mark ‘turning point’ for Chinese science Dennis Normile
389 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―14 Saliva could hold clues to how sick you will get from COVID-19 Robert Service
390 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jan―13 Abrupt but smaller than expected changes in surface air quality attributable to COVID-19 lockdowns Zongbo Shi, Congbo Song, Bowen Liu, Gongda Lu, Jingsha Xu, Tuan Van Vu, et al. (+4)
391 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―13 COVID-19 measures also suppress flu-for now Kelly Servick
392 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―13 Third time’s the charm? Brazil scales back efficacy claims for COVID-19 vaccine from China Jon Cohen
393 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―13 Captive gorillas test positive for coronavirus Ann Gibbons
394 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―12 Immunological characteristics govern the transition of COVID-19 to endemicity Jennie S. Lavine, Ottar N. Bjornstad, Rustom Antia
395 [GO] Science Signaling 2021―Jan―12 Short linear motif candidates in the cell entry system used by SARS-CoV-2 and their potential therapeutic implications Bálint Mészáros, Hugo Sámano-Sánchez, Jesús Alvarado-Valverde, Jelena Čalyševa, Elizabeth Martínez-Pérez, Renato Alves, et al. (+5)
396 [GO] Science Signaling 2021―Jan―12 Cytoplasmic short linear motifs in ACE2 and integrin β3 link SARS-CoV-2 host cell receptors to mediators of endocytosis and autophagy Johanna Kliche, Hanna Kuss, Muhammad Ali, Ylva Ivarsson
397 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―12 Structure-guided multivalent nanobodies block SARS-CoV-2 infection and suppress mutational escape Paul-Albert Koenig, Hrishikesh Das, Hejun Liu, Beate M. Kümmerer, Florian N. Gohr, Lea-Marie Jenster, et al. (+24)
398 [GO] Science Immunology 2021―Jan―11 Discordant neutralizing antibody and T cell responses in asymptomatic and mild SARS-CoV-2 infection Catherine J. Reynolds, Leo Swadling, Joseph M. Gibbons, Corinna Pade, Melanie P. Jensen, Mariana O. Diniz, et al. (+32)
399 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jan―11 Single-cell RNA sequencing reveals SARS-CoV-2 infection dynamics in lungs of African green monkeys Emily Speranza, Brandi N. Williamson, Friederike Feldmann, Gail L. Sturdevant, Lizzette Pérez Pérez, Kimberly Meade-White, et al. (+9)
400 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jan―08 A smartphone-read ultrasensitive and quantitative saliva test for COVID-19 Bo Ning, Tao Yu, Shengwei Zhang, Zhen Huang, Di Tian, Zhen Lin, et al. (+11)
401 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―08 Brazil announces ‘fantastic’ results for Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine, but details remain sketchy Jon Cohen
402 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―08 Debates intensify over dosing plans for authorized COVID-19 vaccines Jon Cohen
403 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―08 Establishment and lineage dynamics of the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic in the UK Louis du Plessis, John T. McCrone, Alexander E. Zarebski, Verity Hill, Christopher Ruis, Bernardo Gutierrez, et al. (+20)
404 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―07 SARS-CoV-2 spillover events Peng Zhou, Zheng-Li Shi
405 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―07 Coevolution of policy and science during the pandemic Yian Yin, Jian Gao, Benjamin F. Jones, Dashun Wang
406 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―07 Viral evolution may herald new pandemic phase Kai Kupferschmidt
407 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―07 ‘What changes is the commitment.’ Biden adviser on the next phase of U.S. pandemic response Jon Cohen
408 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jan―06 Partisan pandemic: How partisanship and public health concerns affect individuals’ social mobility during COVID-19 J. Clinton, J. Cohen, J. Lapinski, M. Trussler
409 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―06 Scientists criticize ‘rushed’ approval of Indian COVID-19 vaccine without efficacy data Priyanka Pulla
410 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―06 Viral mutations may cause another ‘very, very bad’ COVID-19 wave, scientists warn Kai Kupferschmidt
411 [GO] Science 2021―Jan―06 Immunological memory to SARS-CoV-2 assessed for up to 8 months after infection Jennifer M. Dan, Jose Mateus, Yu Kato, Kathryn M. Hastie, Esther Dawen Yu, Caterina E. Faliti, et al. (+15)
412 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2021―Jan―04 Stereotypic neutralizing VH antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 spike protein receptor binding domain in COVID-19 patients and healthy individuals Sang Il Kim, Jinsung Noh, Sujeong Kim, Younggeun Choi, Duck Kyun Yoo, Yonghee Lee, et al. (+13)
413 [GO] Science Advances 2021―Jan―01 Test sensitivity is secondary to frequency and turnaround time for COVID-19 screening Daniel B. Larremore, Bryan Wilder, Evan Lester, Soraya Shehata, James M. Burke, James A. Hay, et al. (+3)
414 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―31 COVID-19 and cancer in Africa Beatrice Wiafe Addai, Wilfred Ngwa
415 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―31 The puzzle of the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa Justin M. Maeda, John N. Nkengasong
416 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―31 ‘It’s crazy.’ Upbeat COVID-19 vaccine news from China and U.K. leaves scientists wanting more details Jon Cohen
417 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―31 Avoiding spread of SARS-CoV-2 in cars Karen K. Gleason, Michael Funk
418 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―31 A health economist confronts Kenya's pandemic Linda Nordling
419 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―31 Pandemic progress in Kenya Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
420 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―30 A Kenyan health economist investigates the pandemic’s puzzling course in his country Linda Nordling
421 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―29 Novavax launches pivotal U.S. trial of dark horse COVID-19 vaccine after manufacturing delays Meredith Wadman
422 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―24 U.K. variant puts spotlight on immunocompromised patients’ role in the COVID-19 pandemic Kai Kupferschmidt
423 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―24 COVID-19 testing: One size does not fit all Michael J. Mina, Kristian G. Andersen
424 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―23 Afucosylated IgG characterizes enveloped viral responses and correlates with COVID-19 severity Mads Delbo Larsen, Erik L. de Graaf, Myrthe E. Sonneveld, H. Rosina Plomp, Jan Nouta, Willianne Hoepel, et al. (+26)
425 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―23 Makers of successful COVID-19 vaccines wrestle with options for placebo recipients Jon Cohen
426 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Dec―23 Rapid generation of durable B cell memory to SARS-CoV-2 spike and nucleocapsid proteins in COVID-19 and convalescence Gemma E. Hartley, Emily S.J. Edwards, Pei M. Aui, Nirupama Varese, Stephanie Stojanovic, James McMahon, et al. (+6)
427 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―22 Suspicions grow that nanoparticles in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine trigger rare allergic reactions Jop Vrieze
428 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―22 Mutant coronavirus in the United Kingdom sets off alarms, but its importance remains unclear Kai Kupferschmidt
429 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―20 Neanderthal gene found in many people may open cells to coronavirus and increase COVID-19 severity Ann Gibbons
430 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―20 Do we need a COVID-19 vaccine for pets? David Grimm
431 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―17 Messenger RNA gave us a COVID-19 vaccine. Will it treat diseases, too? Kelly Servick
432 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―17 The coronavirus may sometimes slip its genetic material into human chromosomes-but what does that mean? Jon Cohen
433 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―16 Inferring the effectiveness of government interventions against COVID-19 Jan M. Brauner, Sören Mindermann, Mrinank Sharma, David Johnston, John Salvatier, Tomáš Gavenčiak, et al. (+13)
434 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―16 COVID-19 is 10 times deadlier for people with Down syndrome, raising calls for early vaccination Meredith Wadman
435 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―16 As COVID-19 vaccines emerge, a global waiting game begins Jon Cohen
436 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―12 Development of unique Australian COVID-19 vaccine halted Dennis Normile
437 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―12 FDA panel backs Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, paving way for emergency use in the United States Jon Cohen
438 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―10 Mexico’s coronavirus czar faces criticism as COVID-19 surges Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
439 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―10 Great efficacy claimed for another COVID-19 vaccine, this one from China Jon Cohen
440 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―10 Mexico's controversial coronavirus czar Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
441 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―10 Remembering seasonal coronaviruses Jenna J. Guthmiller, Patrick C. Wilson
442 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―10 Phylogenetic analysis of SARS-CoV-2 in Boston highlights the impact of superspreading events Jacob E. Lemieux, Katherine J. Siddle, Bennett M. Shaw, Christine Loreth, Stephen F. Schaffner, Adrianne Gladden-Young, et al. (+47)
443 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Dec―09 Distinct inflammatory profiles distinguish COVID-19 from influenza with limited contributions from cytokine storm Philip A. Mudd, Jeremy Chase Crawford, Jackson S. Turner, Aisha Souquette, Daniel Reynolds, Diane Bender, et al. (+13)
444 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Dec―09 Convalescent plasma in COVID-19: Does use case matter? Girish N. Nadkarni
445 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―08 ‘So many unknowns’: Local doctors-and pharmacies-will still decide who gets COVID-19 vaccines Jon Cohen
446 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Dec―08 IgA dominates the early neutralizing antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 Delphine Sterlin, Alexis Mathian, Makoto Miyara, Audrey Mohr, François Anna, Laetitia Claër, et al. (+21)
447 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Dec―08 Defining the features and duration of antibody responses to SARS-CoV-2 infection associated with disease severity and outcome Katharina Röltgen, Abigail E. Powell, Oliver F. Wirz, Bryan A. Stevens, Catherine A. Hogan, Javaria Najeeb, et al. (+24)
448 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Dec―08 Enhanced SARS-CoV-2 neutralization by dimeric IgA Zijun Wang, Julio C. C. Lorenzi, Frauke Muecksch, Shlomo Finkin, Charlotte Viant, Christian Gaebler, et al. (+14)
449 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Dec―05 B careful: Humoral responses and COVID-19 severity Hani Fanous, Angela Guerrero-Pena, Asha Pillai
450 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Dec―05 Differential effects of intervention timing on COVID-19 spread in the United States Sen Pei, Sasikiran Kandula, Jeffrey Shaman
451 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Dec―05 Conformational dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 trimeric spike glycoprotein in complex with receptor ACE2 revealed by cryo-EM Cong Xu, Yanxing Wang, Caixuan Liu, Chao Zhang, Wenyu Han, Xiaoyu Hong, et al. (+13)
452 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―04 First-of-its-kind African trial tests common drugs to prevent severe COVID-19 Kai Kupferschmidt
453 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―04 COVID-19 vaccine trial ethics once we have efficacious vaccines David Wendler, Jorge Ochoa, Joseph Millum, Christine Grady, Holly A. Taylor
454 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―04 How the new COVID-19 vaccines work, and restoring vision with brain implants Sarah Crespi
455 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―04 How lethal coronaviruses engage hosts Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
456 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―04 A decoy to neutralize SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
457 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―04 SARS-CoV-2 antibodies persist Seth Thomas Scanlon, Michael Funk
458 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―04 Federal hospital data system falters at tracking pandemic Charles Piller
459 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Dec―03 Satellite-based estimates of decline and rebound in China’s CO2 emissions during COVID-19 pandemic Bo Zheng, Guannan Geng, Philippe Ciais, Steven J. Davis, Randall V. Martin, Jun Meng, et al. (+10)
460 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―03 ‘Wonderful news to wake up to’: U.K. greenlights Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine Cathleen O’Grady
461 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―03 CDC advisory panel takes first shot at prioritizing who gets the first shots of COVID-19 vaccines Jon Cohen
462 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Technology Feature | Telemedicine takes center stage in the era of COVID-19 Allison Marin
463 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Epidemiology and transmission dynamics of COVID-19 in two Indian states Ramanan Laxminarayan, Brian Wahl, Shankar Reddy Dudala, K. Gopal, Chandra Mohan B, S. Neelima, et al. (+3)
464 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Coronavirus creates a flu season guessing game Kelly Servick
465 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 An antibody cocktail against SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
466 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Locking down the SARS-CoV-2 spike Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
467 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Protect the giant ibis through the pandemic Hong Yang, Mingguo Ma, Julian R. Thompson, Roger J. Flower, Jennifer Sills
468 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Public health during the pandemic in India Jacob John, Gagandeep Kang
469 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Pandemic lockdown stirs up ecological research Erik Stokstad
470 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―02 Pandemic's fallout on malaria control appears limited so far Leslie Roberts
471 [GO] Science 2020―Dec―01 ‘Absolutely remarkable’: No one who got Moderna’s vaccine in trial developed severe COVID-19 Jon Cohen
472 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Dec―01 Lung transplantation for patients with severe COVID-19 Ankit Bharat, Melissa Querrey, Nikolay S. Markov, Samuel Kim, Chitaru Kurihara, Rafael Garza-Castillon, et al. (+9)
473 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―30 Federal system for tracking hospital beds and COVID-19 patients provides questionable data Charles Piller
474 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―27 Modeling, post COVID-19 William H. Press, Richard C. Levin
475 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―27 Keeping coronavirus from spreading in schools, why leaves fall when they do, and a book on how nature deals with crisis Sarah Crespi
476 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―27 Profiling coronaviruses Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
477 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―26 After dosing mix-up, latest COVID-19 vaccine success comes with big question mark Jon Cohen
478 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―26 India needs more transparency in its COVID-19 vaccine trials, critics say Shreya Dasgupta
479 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―26 With global push for COVID-19 vaccines, China aims to win friends and cut deals Jon Cohen
480 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―25 With more data on its COVID-19 vaccine, Russian institute offers new evidence of success Kai Kupferschmidt
481 [GO] Science Signaling 2020―Nov―25 Kallikrein 13 serves as a priming protease during infection by the human coronavirus HKU1 Aleksandra Milewska, Katherine Falkowski, Magdalena Kulczycka, Ewa Bielecka, Antonina Naskalska, Pawel Mak, et al. (+8)
482 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―24 Another COVID-19 vaccine success? Candidate may prevent further coronavirus transmission, too Jon Cohen
483 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Nov―24 Genomic epidemiology of superspreading events in Austria reveals mutational dynamics and transmission properties of SARS-CoV-2 Alexandra Popa, Jakob-Wendelin Genger, Michael D. Nicholson, Thomas Penz, Daniela Schmid, Stephan W. Aberle, et al. (+32)
484 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―24 Transmission heterogeneities, kinetics, and controllability of SARS-CoV-2 Kaiyuan Sun, Wei Wang, Lidong Gao, Yan Wang, Kaiwei Luo, Lingshuang Ren, et al. (+11)
485 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Nov―21 Damaged lung gas-exchange function of discharged COVID-19 patients detected by hyperpolarized 129Xe MRI Haidong Li, Xiuchao Zhao, Yujin Wang, Xin Lou, Shizhen Chen, He Deng, et al. (+7)
486 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―21 Worlds collide when three Science reporters-and parents-cover coronavirus and schools Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
487 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―21 Should researchers shelve plans to deliberately infect people with the coronavirus? Warren Cornwall
488 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―20 Vaccine wagers on coronavirus surface protein pay off Jon Cohen
489 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―20 A strong cocktail against SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
490 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―19 As COVID-19 soars in many communities, schools attempt to find ways through the crisis Gretchen Vogel
491 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―19 More people are getting COVID-19 twice, suggesting immunity wanes quickly in some Jop Vrieze
492 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―19 ‘Incredible milestone for science.’ Pfizer and BioNTech update their promising COVID-19 vaccine result Jon Cohen
493 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Nov―19 Social connections with COVID-19-affected areas increase compliance with mobility restrictions Ben Charoenwong, Alan Kwan, Vesa Pursiainen
494 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Nov―18 The known unknowns of T cell immunity to COVID-19 Annika C. Karlsson, Marion Humbert, Marcus Buggert
495 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―18 The woman playing a key role in a small firm’s quest for an effective COVID-19 vaccine Meagan Cantwell
496 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―17 ‘Just beautiful’: Another COVID-19 vaccine, from newcomer Moderna, s쳮ds in large-scale trial Jon Cohen
497 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―17 Temperature concerns could slow the rollout of new coronavirus vaccines Jocelyn Kaiser
498 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―14 ‘It’s like politicizing toilet paper.’ A member of Biden’s COVID-19 panel surveys the task ahead Warren Cornwall
499 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Nov―14 JAK inhibition reduces SARS-CoV-2 liver infectivity and modulates inflammatory responses to reduce morbidity and mortality Justin Stebbing, Ginés Sánchez Nievas, Marco Falcone, Sonia Youhanna, Peter Richardson, Silvia Ottaviani, et al. (+44)
500 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 What's next for COVID-19 apps? Governance and oversight Alessandro Blasimme, Effy Vayena
501 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 India's COVID-19 teacher Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar
502 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 Enhancing host cell infection by SARS-CoV-2 Margaret Kielian
503 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 Another host factor for SARS-CoV-2 Stella M. Hurtley, Michael Funk
504 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 SARS-CoV-2 D614G variant exhibits efficient replication ex vivo and transmission in vivo Yixuan J. Hou, Shiho Chiba, Peter Halfmann, Camille Ehre, Makoto Kuroda, Kenneth H. Dinnon, et al. (+20)
505 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 Effective vaccine offers shot of hope for pandemic Jon Cohen
506 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 To tackle pandemic, Biden must overcome distrust and division Meredith Wadman, Warren Cornwall
507 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 Pandemic dooms Danish mink-and mink research Christa Lesté-Lasserre
508 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―13 The pandemic strengthened my relationship with my supervisor-and prepared us to talk about race Sasha McDowell
509 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―12 Russia’s claim of a successful COVID-19 vaccine doesn’t pass the ‘smell test,’ critics say Jon Cohen
510 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―12 Fact check: No evidence supports Trump’s claim that COVID-19 vaccine result was suppressed to sway election Jon Cohen
511 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―12 Mutant coronaviruses found in mink spark massive culls and doom a Danish group’s research Christa Lesté-Lasserre
512 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―11 Champagne and questions greet first data showing that a COVID-19 vaccine works Jon Cohen
513 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―11 Can a nose-full of chicken antibodies ward off coronavirus infections? Jon Cohen
514 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Nov―10 Prothrombotic autoantibodies in serum from patients hospitalized with COVID-19 Yu Zuo, Shanea K. Estes, Ramadan A. Ali, Alex A. Gandhi, Srilakshmi Yalavarthi, Hui Shi, et al. (+13)
515 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―10 How a communist physics teacher flattened the COVID-19 curve in southern India Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar
516 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―10 Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 on mink farms between humans and mink and back to humans Bas B. Oude Munnink, Reina S. Sikkema, David F. Nieuwenhuijse, Robert Jan Molenaar, Emmanuelle Munger, Richard Molenkamp, et al. (+16)
517 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―10 With inauguration 10 weeks away, Biden’s pandemic plans face agonizing wait Meredith Wadman
518 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Nov―07 Structure and inhibition of the SARS-CoV-2 main protease reveals strategy for developing dual inhibitors against Mpro and cathepsin L Michael Dominic Sacco, Chunlong Ma, Panagiotis Lagarias, Ang Gao, Julia Alma Townsend, Xiangzhi Meng, et al. (+11)
519 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―06 Versatile and multivalent nanobodies efficiently neutralize SARS-CoV-2 Yufei Xiang, Sham Nambulli, Zhengyun Xiao, Heng Liu, Zhe Sang, W. Paul Duprex, et al. (+3)
520 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―06 De novo design of potent and resilient hACE2 decoys to neutralize SARS-CoV-2 Thomas W. Linsky, Renan Vergara, Nuria Codina, Jorgen W. Nelson, Matthew J. Walker, Wen Su, et al. (+29)
521 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―06 An ultrapotent synthetic nanobody neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 by stabilizing inactive Spike Michael Schoof, Bryan Faust, Reuben A. Saunders, Smriti Sangwan, Veronica Rezelj, Nick Hoppe, et al. (+50)
522 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―06 Preexisting and de novo humoral immunity to SARS-CoV-2 in humans Kevin W. Ng, Nikhil Faulkner, Georgina H. Cornish, Annachiara Rosa, Ruth Harvey, Saira Hussain, et al. (+41)
523 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Nov―05 Air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States: Strengths and limitations of an ecological regression analysis X. Wu, R. C. Nethery, M. B. Sabath, D. Braun, F. Dominici
524 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Nov―05 How air pollution may influence the course of pandemics Jeremy Jackson, Kip Hodges
525 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―04 Will a small, long-shot U.S. company end up producing the best coronavirus vaccine? Meredith Wadman
526 [GO] Science 2020―Nov―03 COVID-19 recovery funds dwarf clean energy investment needs Marina Andrijevic, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Matthew J. Gidden, David L. McCollum, Joeri Rogelj
527 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Oct―30 Fatalities from COVID-19 are reducing Americans’ support for Republicans at every level of federal office Christopher Warshaw, Lynn Vavreck, Ryan Baxter-King
528 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―29 How an immunologist pivoted to tackle COVID-19 Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
529 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―29 Support U.S. research during COVID-19 Michael M. Crow, Jonathan Alger, Michael Amiridis, Dennis Assanis, Eric Barron, Mark P. Becker, et al. (+45)
530 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―29 ‘Another piece of populist propaganda’: Critics slam the Brazilian government’s new COVID-19 drug Herton Escobar
531 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―29 The ‘very, very bad look’ of remdesivir, the first FDA-approved COVID-19 drug Jon Cohen
532 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―29 Factors determining SARS-CoV-2 endemicity Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
533 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―28 ‘Every minute counts.’ This immunologist rapidly reshaped her lab to tackle COVID-19 Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
534 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―28 Robust neutralizing antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 infection persist for months Ania Wajnberg, Fatima Amanat, Adolfo Firpo, Deena R. Altman, Mark J. Bailey, Mayce Mansour, et al. (+12)
535 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―27 Science’s annual Ph.D. dance contest will go on, with new COVID-19 category Science Staff
536 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―24 ‘There’s only one chance to do this right’-FDA panel wrestles with COVID-19 vaccine issues Jon Cohen
537 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―23 Early approval of a COVID-19 vaccine could cause ethical problems for other vax candidates, and ‘upcycling’ plastic bags Sarah Crespi
538 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Oct―23 Potency and timing of antiviral therapy as determinants of duration of SARS-CoV-2 shedding and intensity of inflammatory response Ashish Goyal, E. Fabian Cardozo-Ojeda, Joshua T. Schiffer
539 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―22 The genetics underlying severe COVID-19 Laura M. Zahn, Michael Funk
540 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―22 Susceptibility to severe COVID-19 David B. Beck, Ivona Aksentijevich
541 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―22 Miniproteins against SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
542 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―22 The engines of SARS-CoV-2 spread Elizabeth C. Lee, Nikolas I. Wada, M. Kate Grabowski, Emily S. Gurley, Justin Lessler
543 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―21 Understanding COVID-19 vaccine efficacy Marc Lipsitch, Natalie E. Dean
544 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―21 Targeting a key enzyme in SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
545 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―21 Outbreak to pandemic Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
546 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―21 Indigenous communities in Brazil fear pandemic's impact Ignacio Amigo
547 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―20 Could certain COVID-19 vaccines leave people more vulnerable to the AIDS virus? Jon Cohen
548 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―20 Neuropilin-1 facilitates SARS-CoV-2 cell entry and infectivity Ludovico Cantuti-Castelvetri, Ravi Ojha, Liliana D. Pedro, Minou Djannatian, Jonas Franz, Suvi Kuivanen, et al. (+23)
549 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―20 Neuropilin-1 is a host factor for SARS-CoV-2 infection James L. Daly, Boris Simonetti, Katja Klein, Kai-En Chen, Maia Kavanagh Williamson, Carlos Antón-Plágaro, et al. (+15)
550 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―20 Structural analysis of full-length SARS-CoV-2 spike protein from an advanced vaccine candidate Sandhya Bangaru, Gabriel Ozorowski, Hannah L. Turner, Aleksandar Antanasijevic, Deli Huang, Xiaoning Wang, et al. (+12)
551 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Oct―19 Prospects for a safe COVID-19 vaccine Barton F. Haynes, Lawrence Corey, Prabhavathi Fernandes, Peter B. Gilbert, Peter J. Hotez, Srinivas Rao, et al. (+4)
552 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―17 Remdesivir and interferon fall flat in WHO’s megastudy of COVID-19 treatments Kai Kupferschmidt
553 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―16 ‘A fraud on the nation’: critics blast Indian government’s promotion of traditional medicine for COVID-19 Priyanka Pulla
554 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―16 Making sure American Indian COVID-19 cases are counted, and feeding a hungry heart Sarah Crespi
555 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―16 Act now, wait for perfect evidence later, says ‘high priestess’ of U.K. COVID-19 masking campaign Ellen Shell
556 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―16 Spit shines for easier coronavirus testing Robert F. Service
557 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―16 Inhibiting Ebola virus and SARS-CoV-2 entry Alexandra I. Wells, Carolyn B. Coyne
558 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Oct―16 Activity profiling and crystal structures of inhibitor-bound SARS-CoV-2 papain-like protease: A framework for anti-COVID-19 drug design Wioletta Rut, Zongyang Lv, Mikolaj Zmudzinski, Stephanie Patchett, Digant Nayak, Scott J. Snipas, et al. (+5)
559 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―16 A pandemic journey Sergio E. Ramos
560 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―15 The ‘bat man’ tackles COVID-19 Kai Kupferschmidt
561 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―15 The inside story of how Trump’s COVID-19 coordinator undermined the world’s top health agency Charles Piller
562 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―15 Early approval of a COVID-19 vaccine could stymie the hunt for better ones Jon Cohen
563 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―15 Preexisting immune response to SARS-CoV-2 Priscilla N. Kelly, Michael Funk
564 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―15 How SARS-CoV-2 hides its mRNA Annalisa M. VanHook, Michael Funk
565 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―14 Found: genes that sway the course of the coronavirus Jocelyn Kaiser
566 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―14 Will SARS-CoV-2 become endemic? Jeffrey Shaman, Marta Galanti
567 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―09 Researchers face hurdles to evaluate, synthesize COVID-19 evidence at top speed Jeffrey Brainard
568 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―09 New test detects coronavirus in just 5 minutes Robert Service
569 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Oct―09 Cross-reactive neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 by serum antibodies from recovered SARS patients and immunized animals Yuanmei Zhu, Danwei Yu, Yang Han, Hongxia Yan, Huihui Chong, Lili Ren, et al. (+3)
570 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―09 REGN-COV2 antibodies prevent and treat SARS-CoV-2 infection in rhesus macaques and hamsters Alina Baum, Dharani Ajithdoss, Richard Copin, Anbo Zhou, Kathryn Lanza, Nicole Negron, et al. (+30)
571 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―09 I benefited from being an international scientist in the U.S.-until the pandemic Sergio E. Ramos
572 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Oct―08 Persistence and decay of human antibody responses to the receptor binding domain of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in COVID-19 patients Anita S. Iyer, Forrest K. Jones, Ariana Nodoushani, Meagan Kelly, Margaret Becker, Damien Slater, et al. (+29)
573 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―08 Saying human trials aren’t enough, researchers call for comparison of COVID-19 vaccines in monkeys Jon Cohen
574 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―08 Calm down about political ‘mischief’ around COVID-19 vaccines, scientists say Jon Cohen
575 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―07 ‘It’s been so, so surreal.’ Critics of Sweden’s lax pandemic policies face fierce backlash Gretchen Vogel
576 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―07 Amid pandemic, U.S. faculty job openings plummet Katie Langin
577 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―05 Airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Kimberly A. Prather, Linsey C. Marr, Robert T. Schooley, Melissa A. McDiarmid, Mary E. Wilson, Donald K. Milton
578 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―04 Update: Here’s what is known about Trump’s COVID-19 treatment Jon Cohen
579 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―04 Why Anthony Fauci is happy being the "skunk" on the Coronavirus Task Force Jon Cohen
580 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―03 How might President Donald Trump fare with COVID-19? Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
581 [GO] Science 2020―Oct―01 ‘Provocative results’ boost hopes of antibody treatment for COVID-19 Jon Cohen
582 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―30 One number could help reveal how infectious a COVID-19 patient is. Should test results include it? Robert Service
583 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―30 How stigmatizing disease-from COVID-19 to HIV-creates a vicious cycle of sickness Joel Goldberg
584 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―30 On the road with Operation Warp Speed, the U.S. COVID-19 vaccine effort Jon Cohen
585 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―29 Viral epitope profiling of COVID-19 patients reveals cross-reactivity and correlates of severity Ellen Shrock, Eric Fujimura, Tomasz Kula, Richard T. Timms, I-Hsiu Lee, Yumei Leng, et al. (+30)
586 [GO] Science Signaling 2020―Sep―29 High-resolution structures of the SARS-CoV-2 2′-O-methyltransferase reveal strategies for structure-based inhibitor design Monica Rosas-Lemus, George Minasov, Ludmilla Shuvalova, Nicole L. Inniss, Olga Kiryukhina, Joseph Brunzelle, Karla J. F. Satchell
587 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Sep―28 MAIT cell activation and dynamics associated with COVID-19 disease severity Tiphaine Parrot, Jean-Baptiste Gorin, Andrea Ponzetta, Kimia T. Maleki, Tobias Kammann, Johanna Emgård, et al. (+15)
588 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―25 COVID-19 data on Native Americans is ‘a national disgrace.’ This scientist is fighting to be counted Lizzie Wade
589 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Sep―25 Model uncertainty, political contestation, and public trust in science: Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic S.E. Kreps, D. L. Kriner
590 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―25 Hidden immune weakness found in 14% of gravely ill COVID-19 patients Meredith Wadman
591 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―25 When COVID-19 silenced cities, birdsong recaptured its former glory Erik Stokstad
592 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―24 Auto-antibodies against type I IFNs in patients with life-threatening COVID-19 Paul Bastard, Lindsey B. Rosen, Qian Zhang, Eleftherios Michailidis, Hans-Heinrich Hoffmann, Yu Zhang, et al. (+93)
593 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―24 Inborn errors of type I IFN immunity in patients with life-threatening COVID-19 Qian Zhang, Paul Bastard, Zhiyong Liu, Jérémie Le Pen, Marcela Moncada-Velez, Jie Chen, et al. (+123)
594 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―24 COVID-19 can affect the heart Eric J. Topol
595 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―24 Singing in a silent spring: Birds respond to a half-century soundscape reversion during the COVID-19 shutdown Elizabeth P. Derryberry, Jennifer N. Phillips, Graham E. Derryberry, Michael J. Blum, David Luther
596 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―24 Ultrapotent human antibodies protect against SARS-CoV-2 challenge via multiple mechanisms M. Alejandra Tortorici, Martina Beltramello, Florian A. Lempp, Dora Pinto, Ha V. Dang, Laura E. Rosen, et al. (+41)
597 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Sep―23 The unfolding COVID-19 pandemic: A probability-based, nationally representative study of mental health in the U.S. E. Alison Holman, Rebecca R. Thompson, Dana Rose Garfin, Roxane Cohen Silver
598 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―23 ‘I just want this suffering to be over.’ Brazilians flock to COVID-19 vaccine trials Herton Escobar
599 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―22 WHO unveils global plan to fairly distribute COVID-19 vaccine, but challenges await Kai Kupferschmidt
600 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―21 COVID-19 in children and young people Matthew D. Snape, Russell M. Viner
601 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Sep―21 Immune responses to SARS-CoV-2 infection in hospitalized pediatric and adult patients Carl A. Pierce, Paula Preston-Hurlburt, Yile Dai, Clare Burn Aschner, Natalia Cheshenko, Benjamin Galen, et al. (+13)
602 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―21 Immune life history, vaccination, and the dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 over the next 5 years Chadi M. Saad-Roy, Caroline E. Wagner, Rachel E. Baker, Sinead E. Morris, Jeremy Farrar, Andrea L. Graham, et al. (+4)
603 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―21 Free fatty acid binding pocket in the locked structure of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein Christine Toelzer, Kapil Gupta, Sathish K. N. Yadav, Ufuk Borucu, Andrew D. Davidson, Maia Kavanagh Williamson, et al. (+10)
604 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―19 COVID-19 data scandal prompts tweaks to elite journal’s review process Kelly Servick
605 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Sep―18 Antibody-like proteins that capture and neutralize SARS-CoV-2 T. Kondo, Y. Iwatani, K. Matsuoka, T. Fujino, S. Umemoto, Y. Yokomaku, et al. (+5)
606 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―18 Pandemic inspires new push to shrink jails and prisons Kelly Servick
607 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―18 Performing magic for animals, and why the pandemic is pushing people out of prisons Sarah Crespi
608 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―18 I’m a scientist making a difference during the pandemic-as a letter carrier Dennis Macejak
609 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Sep―17 Longitudinal immune profiling reveals key myeloid signatures associated with COVID-19 Elizabeth R. Mann, Madhvi Menon, Sean Blandin Knight, Joanne E. Konkel, Christopher Jagger, Tovah N. Shaw, et al. (+12)
610 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 University-pharmacy partnerships for COVID-19 Vincent J. Venditto, Brooke Hudspeth, Patricia R. Freeman, Clark Kebodeaux, R. Kiplin Guy, Jennifer Sills
611 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 Eli Lilly reports promising first results for an antibody against COVID-19 Meredith Wadman
612 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 From leprosy to COVID-19, how stigma makes it harder to fight epidemics Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar
613 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 Turkish scientists and physicians face criminal investigations after criticizing COVID-19 policies Kristen McTighe
614 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 An ‘uncoordinated’ immune response may explain why COVID-19 strikes some hard, particularly the elderly Jon Cohen
615 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 A steric block to SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
616 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 Stabilizing the prefusion SARS-CoV-2 spike Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
617 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―17 Pandemic inspires push to shrink jails, prisons Kelly Servick
618 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―16 As evidence builds that COVID-19 can damage the heart, doctors are racing to understand it Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
619 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Sep―16 Reimagining scientific conferences during the pandemic and beyond Thale Jarvis, Shannon Weiman, Deborah Johnson
620 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―15 Ethical or exploitative-should prisoners participate in COVID-19 vaccine trials? Eli Cahan
621 [GO] Science Signaling 2020―Sep―15 COVID-19: All the wrong moves in all the wrong places Christopher D. Barrett, Michael B. Yaffe
622 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―12 COVID-19 worries douse plans for fire experiments Eli Cahan
623 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―11 To fight COVID-19, a young epidemiologist bridges the gulf between science and U.S. politics Kelly Servick
624 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Sep―11 Molecular characterization of ebselen binding activity to SARS-CoV-2 main protease Cintia A. Menéndez, Fabian Byléhn, Gustavo R. Perez-Lemus, Walter Alvarado, Juan J. de Pablo
625 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―10 Accumulation of plastic waste during COVID-19 Tanveer M. Adyel, Jennifer Sills
626 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―10 Why obesity worsens COVID-19 Meredith Wadman
627 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―10 Coronavirus dons a new crown Nuruddin Unchwaniwala, Paul Ahlquist
628 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―10 The emergence of SARS-CoV-2 in Europe and North America Michael Worobey, Jonathan Pekar, Brendan B. Larsen, Martha I. Nelson, Verity Hill, Jeffrey B. Joy, et al. (+4)
629 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―10 Cryptic transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in Washington state Trevor Bedford, Alexander L. Greninger, Pavitra Roychoudhury, Lea M. Starita, Michael Famulare, Meei-Li Huang, et al. (+50)
630 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―09 Why COVID-19 is more deadly in people with obesity-even if they're young Meredith Wadman
631 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―09 De novo design of picomolar SARS-CoV-2 miniprotein inhibitors Longxing Cao, Inna Goreshnik, Brian Coventry, James Brett Case, Lauren Miller, Lisa Kozodoy, et al. (+9)
632 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―05 Can you catch COVID-19 from your neighbor’s toilet? Jocelyn Kaiser
633 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―05 As the pandemic erodes grad student mental health, academics sound the alarm Katie Langin
634 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―04 Fighting Europe’s second wave of COVID-19, and making democracy work for poor people Sarah Crespi
635 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―03 Reopening schools during COVID-19 Ronan Lordan, Garret A. FitzGerald, Tilo Grosser
636 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―03 A molecular trap against COVID-19 Brandon J. DeKosky
637 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―03 Immune profiling of COVID-19 patients Priscilla N. Kelly, Michael Funk
638 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―03 A decoy receptor for SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
639 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―03 The spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Brazil Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
640 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―03 Can Europe tame the pandemic's next wave? Kai Kupferschmidt
641 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Sep―02 Continuous on-body sensing for the COVID-19 pandemic: Gaps and opportunities Hyoyoung Jeong, John A. Rogers, Shuai Xu
642 [GO] Science 2020―Sep―02 Can Europe tame the pandemic’s next wave? Kai Kupferschmidt
643 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―29 Here’s how the U.S. could release a COVID-19 vaccine before the election-and why that scares some Jon Cohen
644 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―28 How Italy’s ‘father of the swabs’ fought the coronavirus Douglas Starr
645 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―28 In ‘milestone,’ FDA OKs simple, accurate coronavirus test that could cost just $5 Robert Service
646 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―27 The coronavirus may shut down the immune system’s vital classrooms Jon Cohen
647 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―27 MHC class II transactivator CIITA induces cell resistance to Ebola virus and SARS-like coronaviruses Anna Bruchez, Ky Sha, Joshua Johnson, Li Chen, Caroline Stefani, Hannah McConnell, et al. (+9)
648 [GO] Science Signaling 2020―Aug―25 Growth factors and SARS-CoV-2 John F. Foley
649 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―21 Grad students challenge university-mandated COVID-19 agreements Katie Langin
650 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Aug―21 Natural killer cell immunotypes related to COVID-19 disease severity Christopher Maucourant, Iva Filipovic, Andrea Ponzetta, Soo Aleman, Martin Cornillet, Laura Hertwig, et al. (+22)
651 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Aug―21 Efficient high-throughput SARS-CoV-2 testing to detect asymptomatic carriers Noam Shental, Shlomia Levy, Vered Wuvshet, Shosh Skorniakov, Bar Shalem, Aner Ottolenghi, et al. (+12)
652 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―20 NIH imposes ‘outrageous’ conditions on resuming coronavirus grant targeted by Trump Meredith Wadman
653 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―19 COVID-19 hits U.S. mink farms after ripping through Europe Eli Cahan
654 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Aug―19 Considering COVID-19 kidney injury Girish N. Nadkarni
655 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 COVID-19 in Africa: Dampening the storm? Moustapha Mbow, Bertrand Lell, Simon P. Jochems, Badara Cisse, Souleymane Mboup, Benjamin G. Dewals, et al. (+3)
656 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 COVID-19 unlikely to cause birth defects, but doctors await fall births Meredith Wadman
657 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Modeling coronavirus infection Beverly A. Purnell, Caroline Ash, Jesse Smith
658 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Controlling the coronavirus narrative Nita Bharti, Jennifer Sills
659 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Sites of vulnerability in SARS-CoV-2 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
660 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Prototype DNA vaccines for SARS-CoV-2 Priscilla N. Kelly, Michael Funk
661 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 A mathematical model reveals the influence of population heterogeneity on herd immunity to SARS-CoV-2 Tom Britton, Frank Ball, Pieter Trapman
662 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Hitting SARS-CoV-2 in a new spot Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
663 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 In situ structural analysis of SARS-CoV-2 spike reveals flexibility mediated by three hinges Beata Turoňová, Mateusz Sikora, Christoph Schürmann, Wim J. H. Hagen, Sonja Welsch, Florian E. C. Blanc, et al. (+14)
664 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Productivity in a pandemic Caitlyn Collins
665 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Antibodies may curb pandemic before vaccines Jon Cohen
666 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Pandemic hits scientist parents hard Katie Langin
667 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Africa's pandemic puzzle: why so few cases and deaths? Linda Nordling
668 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―18 Scientists worried the pandemic would cause malaria deaths to soar. So far, it hasn’t happened Leslie Roberts
669 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―15 How will COVID-19 affect the coming flu season? Scientists struggle for clues Kelly Servick
670 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―15 What does the COVID-19 summer surge mean for your cats and dogs? David Grimm
671 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―14 This physician has battled epidemics, quakes, and poverty in Haiti. Now, she's taking on COVID-19 Robert Bazell
672 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―14 COVID-19 and Brexit disruption offer chance to build stronger system, says new U.K. research funding head Cathleen O’Grady
673 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Aug―14 Estimation of incubation period distribution of COVID-19 using disease onset forward time: A novel cross-sectional and forward follow-up study Jing Qin, Chong You, Qiushi Lin, Taojun Hu, Shicheng Yu, Xiao-Hua Zhou
674 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―14 A call for quick coronavirus testing, and building bonds with sports Sarah Crespi
675 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―14 The pandemic stilled human activity. What did this ‘anthropause’ mean for wildlife? Erik Stokstad
676 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―13 New Zealand suspects ‘some failure at the border’ after COVID-19 returns Dennis Normile
677 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―13 ‘We’re losing an entire generation of scientists.’ COVID-19’s economic toll hits Latin America hard Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
678 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―13 Georgia Tech scientist gets lighter sentence in grant violation case because of her work on coronavirus Jeffrey Mervis
679 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―12 Russia’s approval of a COVID-19 vaccine is less than meets the press release Jon Cohen
680 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―12 The pandemic appears to have spared Africa so far. Scientists are struggling to explain why Linda Nordling
681 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―11 Systems biological assessment of immunity to mild versus severe COVID-19 infection in humans Prabhu S. Arunachalam, Florian Wimmers, Chris Ka Pun Mok, Ranawaka A. P. M. Perera, Madeleine Scott, Thomas Hagan, et al. (+25)
682 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―08 AI invents new ‘recipes’ for potential COVID-19 drugs Robert Service
683 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―07 Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy, and how hair can split steel Sarah Crespi
684 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―06 A molecular pore spans the double membrane of the coronavirus replication organelle Georg Wolff, Ronald W. A. L. Limpens, Jessika C. Zevenhoven-Dobbe, Ulrike Laugks, Shawn Zheng, Anja W. M. de Jong, et al. (+6)
685 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―05 Why pregnant women face special risks from COVID-19 Meredith Wadman
686 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Aug―05 Mandated Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccination predicts flattened curves for the spread of COVID-19 Martha K. Berg, Qinggang Yu, Cristina E. Salvador, Irene Melani, Shinobu Kitayama
687 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―05 Designer antibodies could battle COVID-19 before vaccines arrive Jon Cohen
688 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―05 Once praised for taming the pandemic, Asian-Pacific nations worry about new onslaught Dennis Normile
689 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―04 Radical shift in COVID-19 testing needed to reopen schools and businesses, researchers say Robert Service
690 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―04 Engineering human ACE2 to optimize binding to the spike protein of SARS coronavirus 2 Kui K. Chan, Danielle Dorosky, Preeti Sharma, Shawn A. Abbasi, John M. Dye, David M. Kranz, et al. (+2)
691 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―04 Selective and cross-reactive SARS-CoV-2 T cell epitopes in unexposed humans Jose Mateus, Alba Grifoni, Alison Tarke, John Sidney, Sydney I. Ramirez, Jennifer M. Dan, et al. (+20)
692 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Aug―03 3C-like protease inhibitors block coronavirus replication in vitro and improve survival in MERS-CoV-infected mice Athri D. Rathnayake, Jian Zheng, Yunjeong Kim, Krishani Dinali Perera, Samantha Mackin, David K Meyerholz, et al. (+6)
693 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―02 Groups protest exclusion of HIV-infected people from coronavirus vaccine trials Jocelyn Kaiser
694 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―01 From ‘brain fog’ to heart damage, COVID-19’s lingering problems alarm scientists Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
695 [GO] Science 2020―Aug―01 The pandemic is hitting scientist parents hard, and some solutions may backfire Katie Langin
696 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―31 An Olympian-turned-scientist helped a $1 million basketball tournament tip off amid COVID-19 Eli Cahan
697 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―31 Fighting COVID-19 vaccine fears, tracking the pandemic’s origin, and a new technique for peering under paint Sarah Crespi
698 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jul―31 Acetylated K676 TGFBIp as a severity diagnostic blood biomarker for SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia Hee Ho Park, Hong Nam Kim, Hyelim Kim, Youngbum Yoo, Hyosoo Shin, Eun Young Choi, et al. (+2)
699 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―30 Conservation needs a COVID-19 bailout Robert A. McCleery, Robert J. Fletcher, Laurence M. Kruger, Danny Govender, Sam M. Ferreira, Jennifer Sills
700 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―30 How does COVID-19 develop? Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
701 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―30 COVID-19 risks to global food security David Laborde, Will Martin, Johan Swinnen, Rob Vos
702 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―30 How does SARS-CoV-2 cause COVID-19? Nicholas J. Matheson, Paul J. Lehner
703 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―30 Wuhan coronavirus hunter Shi Zhengli speaks out Jon Cohen
704 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―30 Adaptation of SARS-CoV-2 in BALB/c mice for testing vaccine efficacy Hongjing Gu, Qi Chen, Guan Yang, Lei He, Hang Fan, Yong-Qiang Deng, et al. (+26)
705 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―29 ‘Vaccine nationalism’ threatens global plan to distribute COVID-19 shots fairly Kai Kupferschmidt
706 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jul―29 SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence among parturient women in Philadelphia Dustin D. Flannery, Sigrid Gouma, Miren B. Dhudasia, Sagori Mukhopadhyay, Madeline R. Pfeifer, Emily C. Woodford, et al. (+24)
707 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Jul―27 A colorimetric RT-LAMP assay and LAMP-sequencing for detecting SARS-CoV-2 RNA in clinical samples Viet Loan Dao Thi, Konrad Herbst, Kathleen Boerner, Matthias Meurer, Lukas PM Kremer, Daniel Kirrmaier, et al. (+13)
708 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―25 'Trump owes us an apology.’ Chinese scientist at the center of COVID-19 origin theories speaks out Jon Cohen
709 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―24 Clinical trials rebound after COVID-19 crash, but can enrollment gains continue? Eli Cahan
710 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jul―24 Non-neuronal expression of SARS-CoV-2 entry genes in the olfaory system suggests mechanisms underlying COVID-19-associated anosmia David H. Brann, Tatsuya Tsukahara, Caleb Weinreb, Marcela Lipovsek, Koen Van den Berge, Boying Gong, et al. (+19)
711 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―23 Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures Thomas Lecocq, Stephen P. Hicks, Koen Van Noten, Kasper van Wijk, Paula Koelemeijer, Raphael S. M. De Plaen, et al. (+70)
712 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―23 How bats have outsmarted viruses-including coronaviruses-for 65 million years Elizabeth Pennisi
713 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―23 Structural basis for neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV by a potent therapeutic antibody Zhe Lv, Yong-Qiang Deng, Qing Ye, Lei Cao, Chun-Yun Sun, Changfa Fan, et al. (+17)
714 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―23 Evolution and epidemic spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Brazil Darlan S. Candido, Ingra M. Claro, Jaqueline G. de Jesus, William M. Souza, Filipe R. R. Moreira, Simon Dellicour, et al. (+72)
715 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―23 Structure-based design of prefusion-stabilized SARS-CoV-2 spikes Ching-Lin Hsieh, Jory A. Goldsmith, Jeffrey M. Schaub, Andrea M. DiVenere, Hung-Che Kuo, Kamyab Javanmardi, et al. (+18)
716 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―21 Controversial ‘human challenge’ trials for COVID-19 vaccines gain support Jon Cohen
717 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―21 Distinct conformational states of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein Yongfei Cai, Jun Zhang, Tianshu Xiao, Hanqin Peng, Sarah M. Sterling, Richard M. Walsh, et al. (+3)
718 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―21 Serial interval of SARS-CoV-2 was shortened over time by nonpharmaceutical interventions Sheikh Taslim Ali, Lin Wang, Eric H. Y. Lau, Xiao-Ke Xu, Zhanwei Du, Ye Wu, et al. (+2)
719 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Jul―20 An alphavirus-derived replicon RNA vaccine induces SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibody and T cell responses in mice and nonhuman primates Jesse H. Erasmus, Amit P. Khandhar, Megan A. O’Connor, Alexandra C. Walls, Emily A. Hemann, Patience Murapa, et al. (+16)
720 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―18 A former Navy disaster specialist wages war against COVID-19 on U.S.-Mexico border Jon Cohen
721 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―18 Is it safe to strike up the band in a time of coronavirus? Jason Plautz
722 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jul―17 Cancer did not stay home for COVID-19 Ross L. Levine
723 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―17 Assessing the impact of coordinated COVID-19 exit strategies across Europe N. W. Ruktanonchai, J. R. Floyd, S. Lai, C. W. Ruktanonchai, A. Sadilek, P. Rente-Lourenco, et al. (+9)
724 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―17 Reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, and taking the heat out of crude oil separation Sarah Crespi
725 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―17 Data secrecy is crippling attempts to slow COVID-19’s spread in U.S., epidemiologists warn Charles Piller
726 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―17 Structural basis for translational shutdown and immune evasion by the Nsp1 protein of SARS-CoV-2 Matthias Thoms, Robert Buschauer, Michael Ameismeier, Lennart Koepke, Timo Denk, Maximilian Hirschenberger, et al. (+12)
727 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jul―17 SARS-CoV-2 T cell immunity: Specificity, function, durability, and role in protection Daniel M. Altmann, Rosemary J. Boyton
728 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―16 During the pandemic, students do field and lab work without leaving home Elizabeth Pennisi
729 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jul―15 Comprehensive mapping of immune perturbations associated with severe COVID-19 Leticia Kuri-Cervantes, M. Betina Pampena, Wenzhao Meng, Aaron M. Rosenfeld, Caroline A.G. Ittner, Ariel R. Weisman, et al. (+25)
730 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―15 ‘It’s a tricky thing.’ COVID-19 cases haven’t soared in Nigeria, but that could change Jop Vrieze
731 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―15 Deep immune profiling of COVID-19 patients reveals distinct immunotypes with therapeutic implications Divij Mathew, Josephine R. Giles, Amy E. Baxter, Derek A. Oldridge, Allison R. Greenplate, Jennifer E. Wu, et al. (+33)
732 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―15 The pandemic virus is slowly mutating. But is it getting more dangerous? Kai Kupferschmidt
733 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―13 Impaired type I interferon activity and inflammatory responses in severe COVID-19 patients Jérôme Hadjadj, Nader Yatim, Laura Barnabei, Aurélien Corneau, Jeremy Boussier, Nikaïa Smith, et al. (+24)
734 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―13 Structural basis of a shared antibody response to SARS-CoV-2 Meng Yuan, Hejun Liu, Nicholas C. Wu, Chang-Chun D. Lee, Xueyong Zhu, Fangzhu Zhao, et al. (+10)
735 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―11 ‘Huge hole’ in COVID-19 testing data makes it harder to study racial disparities Kelly Servick
736 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―11 A WHO-led mission may investigate the pandemic’s origin. Here are the key questions to ask Jon Cohen
737 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jul―10 Immunophenotyping of COVID-19 and influenza highlights the role of type I interferons in development of severe COVID-19 Jeong Seok Lee, Seongwan Park, Hye Won Jeong, Jin Young Ahn, Seong Jin Choi, Hoyoung Lee, et al. (+12)
738 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―10 A fast moving megatrial for coronavirus treatments, and transferring the benefits of exercise by transferring blood Sarah Crespi
739 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―09 Can interferons stop COVID-19 before it takes hold? Meredith Wadman
740 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―09 COVID-19 pandemic in France Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
741 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―09 Can boosting interferons, the body's frontline virus fighters, beat COVID-19? Meredith Wadman
742 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―08 School openings across globe suggest ways to keep coronavirus at bay, despite outbreaks Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
743 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―07 Scientists scoff at Indian agency's plan to have COVID-19 vaccine ready for use next month Sanjay Kumar
744 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―03 The global AIDS meeting, the Woodstock of science gatherings, goes virtual amid COVID-19 Jon Cohen
745 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―03 One U.K. trial is transforming COVID-19 treatment. Why haven’t others delivered more results? Kai Kupferschmidt
746 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―03 Operation Warp Speed’s opaque choices of COVID-19 vaccines draw Senate scrutiny Jon Cohen
747 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jul―03 Finding Camel-ot: A Holy Grail against pandemic SARS-CoV-2? Deborah Soong, Rachel Leeman, Asha Pillai
748 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―02 Surviving the trauma of COVID-19 Roxane Cohen Silver
749 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―02 The line starts to form for a coronavirus vaccine Jon Cohen
750 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―02 Recombination and origin of SARS-CoV-2 Trudy Morrison, Michael Funk
751 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―02 Primary exposure to SARS-CoV-2 protects against reinfection in rhesus macaques Wei Deng, Linlin Bao, Jiangning Liu, Chong Xiao, Jiayi Liu, Jing Xue, et al. (+21)
752 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―02 News from a postpandemic world Joel Henrique Ellwanger, Mpho Diphago Stanley Lekgoathi, Kartik Nemani, Michael A. Tarselli, Ahmed Al Harraq, Anna Uzonyi, et al. (+10)
753 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―01 New White House rules restrict use of grant funding to deal with COVID-19 impacts Jeffrey Mervis
754 [GO] Science 2020―Jul―01 Just 50% of Americans plan to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s how to win over the rest Warren Cornwall
755 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Jul―01 Nanosponges intercept coronavirus infection Su Xinyi
756 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―30 The line is forming for a COVID-19 vaccine. Who should be at the front? Jon Cohen
757 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―30 Swine flu strain with human pandemic potential increasingly found in pigs in China Jon Cohen
758 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―27 It’s safe to go back to the gym-if there’s little COVID-19 around, study suggests Cathleen O’Grady
759 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jun―27 Phenotype and kinetics of SARS-CoV-2-specific T cells in COVID-19 patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome Daniela Weiskopf, Katharina S. Schmitz, Matthijs P. Raadsen, Alba Grifoni, Nisreen M.A. Okba, Henrik Endeman, et al. (+8)
760 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―26 Stopping the spread of COVID-19, and arctic adaptations in sled dogs Sarah Crespi
761 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―25 A wrench in the works of COVID-19 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
762 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―25 COVID-19 cancels charity galas and walks. Science is paying the price Eli Cahan
763 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―25 COVID-19's unsustainable waste management Siming You, Christian Sonne, Yong Sik Ok, Jennifer Sills
764 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―25 Erratum for the Report: “Estimating the burden of SARS-CoV-2 in France,” by H. Salje, C. Tran Kiem, N. Lefrancq, N. Courtejoie, P. Bosetti, J. Paireau, A. Andronico, N. Hozé, J. Richet, C.-L. Dubost, Y. Le Strat, J. Lessler, D. Levy-Bruhl, A. Fontanet, L. Opatowski, P.-Y. Boelle, S. Cauchemez
765 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―25 Could a blood ‘observatory’ stop pandemics? Robert Bazell
766 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jun―24 Elusive consensus: Polarization in elite communication on the COVID-19 pandemic Jon Green, Jared Edgerton, Daniel Naftel, Kelsey Shoub, Skyler J. Cranmer
767 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jun―24 Structure-based drug designing and immunoinformatics approach for SARS-CoV-2 Pritam K. Panda, Murugan N. Arul, Paritosh Patel, Suresh K. Verma, Wei Luo, Horst-Günter Rubahn, et al. (+3)
768 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―22 Drug recently shown to reduce coronavirus death risk could run out, experts warn Eli Cahan
769 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―22 A neutralizing human antibody binds to the N-terminal domain of the Spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 Xiangyang Chi, Renhong Yan, Jun Zhang, Guanying Zhang, Yuanyuan Zhang, Meng Hao, et al. (+18)
770 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Jun―22 Using influenza surveillance networks to estimate state-specific prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in the United States Justin D. Silverman, Nathaniel Hupert, Alex D. Washburne
771 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―19 Coronavirus spreads financial turmoil to universities, and a drone that fights mosquito-borne illnesses Sarah Crespi
772 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―18 COVID-19 and cancer Norman E. Sharpless
773 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―18 Source of Beijing’s big new COVID-19 outbreak is still a mystery Dennis Normile
774 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―18 Can phone apps slow the spread of the coronavirus? Kelly Servick
775 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―18 U.S. academic research funding stays healthy despite pandemic Jeffrey Mervis
776 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―18 Recent immigrants at increased pandemic risk Pierre Galanaud, Anne Galanaud, Jennifer Sills
777 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―18 Pandemic vaccines are about to face the real test Jon Cohen
778 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―18 Pandemics' historical role in creating inequality Liliana M. Dávalos, Rita M. Austin, Mairin A. Balisi, Rene L. Begay, Courtney A. Hofman, Melissa E. Kemp, et al. (+10)
779 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―17 ‘We’ve got to be able to move more quickly.’ The pandemic reality of COVID-19 clinical trials Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
780 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―17 Unexpected air pollution with marked emission reductions during the COVID-19 outbreak in China Tianhao Le, Yuan Wang, Lang Liu, Jiani Yang, Yuk L. Yung, Guohui Li, John H. Seinfeld
781 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―17 A cheap steroid is the first drug shown to reduce death in COVID-19 patients Kai Kupferschmidt
782 [GO] Science Robotics 2020―Jun―17 Repurposing factories with robotics in the face of COVID-19: Movie 1. Ali Ahmad Malik, Tariq Masood, Rehana Kousar
783 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―16 FDA just gave a thumbs down to Trump’s favorite COVID-19 drugs John Travis
784 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―16 HIV and TB increase death risk from COVID-19, study finds-but not by much Linda Nordling
785 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―15 Potent neutralizing antibodies from COVID-19 patients define multiple targets of vulnerability Philip J. M. Brouwer, Tom G. Caniels, Karlijn van der Straten, Jonne L. Snitselaar, Yoann Aldon, Sandhya Bangaru, et al. (+27)
786 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―15 Studies in humanized mice and convalescent humans yield a SARS-CoV-2 antibody cocktail Johanna Hansen, Alina Baum, Kristen E. Pascal, Vincenzo Russo, Stephanie Giordano, Elzbieta Wloga, et al. (+41)
787 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―15 Isolation of potent SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies and protection from disease in a small animal model Thomas F. Rogers, Fangzhu Zhao, Deli Huang, Nathan Beutler, Alison Burns, Wan-ting He, et al. (+28)
788 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―15 Antibody cocktail to SARS-CoV-2 spike protein prevents rapid mutational escape seen with individual antibodies Alina Baum, Benjamin O. Fulton, Elzbieta Wloga, Richard Copin, Kristen E. Pascal, Vincenzo Russo, et al. (+10)
789 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―14 Could a global ‘observatory’ of blood help stop the next pandemic? Robert Bazell
790 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―13 ‘It’s really complicated.’ United States and others wrestle with putting COVID-19 vaccines to the test Jon Cohen
791 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―13 Coronavirus forces United States, United Kingdom to cancel Antarctic field research Paul Voosen
792 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jun―12 Abrupt decline in tropospheric nitrogen dioxide over China after the outbreak of COVID-19 Fei Liu, Aaron Page, Sarah A. Strode, Yasuko Yoshida, Sungyeon Choi, Bo Zheng, et al. (+9)
793 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―12 The impact of COVID-19 and strategies for mitigation and suppression in low- and middle-income countries Patrick G. T. Walker, Charles Whittaker, Oliver J Watson, Marc Baguelin, Peter Winskill, Arran Hamlet, et al. (+43)
794 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―12 The facts on COVID-19 contact tracing apps, and benefits of returning sea otters to the wild Sarah Crespi
795 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―12 Pandemic upends Colombia’s controversial drug war plan to resume aerial spraying Kata Karáth
796 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jun―12 Pandemics and the global environment Kip Hodges, Jeremy Jackson
797 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―11 An antibody defense against COVID-19 Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
798 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―11 COVID-19 and flu, a perfect storm Edward A. Belongia, Michael T. Osterholm
799 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―11 Aggregating data from COVID-19 trials Elizabeth L. Ogburn, Barbara E. Bierer, Ron Brookmeyer, Christine Choirat, Natalie E. Dean, Victor De Gruttola, et al. (+7)
800 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―11 Can existing live vaccines prevent COVID-19? Konstantin Chumakov, Christine S. Benn, Peter Aaby, Shyamasundaran Kottilil, Robert Gallo
801 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―11 Coronavirus rips through Dutch mink farms, triggering culls Martin Enserink
802 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jun―11 The receptor binding domain of the viral spike protein is an immunodominant and highly specific target of antibodies in SARS-CoV-2 patients Lakshmanane Premkumar, Bruno Segovia-Chumbez, Ramesh Jadi, David R. Martinez, Rajendra Raut, Alena Markmann, et al. (+18)
803 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―10 Three big studies dim hopes that hydroxychloroquine can treat or prevent COVID-19 Kai Kupferschmidt
804 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Jun―10 The story of COVID-19: A comparative analysis Shaon Sengupta
805 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―10 Coronavirus rips through Dutch mink farms, triggering culls to prevent human infections Martin Enserink
806 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―09 Who’s to blame? These three scientists are at the heart of the Surgisphere COVID-19 scandal Charles Piller
807 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―08 Genomic surveillance reveals multiple introductions of SARS-CoV-2 into Northern California Xianding Deng, Wei Gu, Scot Federman, Louis du Plessis, Oliver G. Pybus, Nuno Faria, et al. (+44)
808 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Jun―08 Antibody signature induced by SARS-CoV-2 spike protein immunogens in rabbits Supriya Ravichandran, Elizabeth M. Coyle, Laura Klenow, Juanjie Tang, Gabrielle Grubbs, Shufeng Liu, et al. (+3)
809 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―06 This cow’s antibodies could be the newest weapon against COVID-19 Mitch Leslie
810 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―06 Abortion opponents protest COVID-19 vaccines’ use of fetal cells Meredith Wadman
811 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―06 As pandemic pounds U.S. universities, federal support helps their labs stay afloat Jeffrey Mervis
812 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Jun―05 Medical education in the time of COVID-19 Diane B. Wayne, Marianne Green, Eric G. Neilson
813 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Jun―05 Inhibition of Bruton tyrosine kinase in patients with severe COVID-19 Mark Roschewski, Michail S. Lionakis, Jeff P. Sharman, Joseph Roswarski, Andre Goy, M. Andrew Monticelli, et al. (+13)
814 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―05 Why men may have more severe COVID-19 symptoms, and using bacteria to track contaminated food Sarah Crespi
815 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―05 Top U.S. scientists left out of White House selection of COVID-19 vaccine short list Jon Cohen
816 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―05 Two elite medical journals retract coronavirus papers over data integrity questions Charles Piller
817 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―04 Serology assays to manage COVID-19 Florian Krammer, Viviana Simon
818 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―04 Why coronavirus hits men harder: sex hormones offer clues Meredith Wadman
819 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―04 Smothering fecal-oral coronavirus spread Ifor Williams, Michael Funk
820 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―04 Tenure and promotion after the pandemic Mala Htun, Jennifer Sills
821 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―04 NIH grapples with rush to claim billions in pandemic research funds Jocelyn Kaiser
822 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―04 The pandemic's first major research scandal erupts Kelly Servick, Martin Enserink
823 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―04 Patents, economics, and pandemics Will Zerhouni, Gary J. Nabel, Elias Zerhouni
824 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Jun―03 COVID-19 diagnostics in context Ralph Weissleder, Hakho Lee, Jina Ko, Mikael J. Pittet
825 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―03 A mysterious company’s coronavirus papers in top medical journals may be unraveling Kelly Servick
826 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―03 Scientists rush to defend Venezuelan colleagues threatened over coronavirus study Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
827 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―03 Blood vessel attack could trigger coronavirus’ fatal ‘second phase’ Catherine Matacic
828 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―02 Operation Warp Speed selects billionaire scientist’s COVID-19 vaccine for monkey tests Jon Cohen
829 [GO] Science 2020―Jun―02 NIH-halted study unveils its massive analysis of bat coronaviruses Jon Cohen
830 [GO] Science 2020―May―29 Shuttered natural history museums fight for survival amid COVID-19 ‘heartbreak’ Elizabeth Pennisi
831 [GO] Science Advances 2020―May―29 COVID-19 and the next influenza season Benjamin D. Singer
832 [GO] Science 2020―May―29 Yemen was facing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Then the coronavirus hit Richard Stone
833 [GO] Science 2020―May―29 A rare condition associated with coronavirus in children, and tracing glaciers by looking at the ocean floor Sarah Crespi
834 [GO] Science 2020―May―29 Introductions and early spread of SARS-CoV-2 in the New York City area Ana S. Gonzalez-Reiche, Matthew M. Hernandez, Mitchell J. Sullivan, Brianne Ciferri, Hala Alshammary, Ajay Obla, et al. (+29)
835 [GO] Science Advances 2020―May―29 Emergence of SARS-CoV-2 through recombination and strong purifying selection Xiaojun Li, Elena E. Giorgi, Manukumar Honnayakanahalli Marichannegowda, Brian Foley, Chuan Xiao, Xiang-Peng Kong, et al. (+4)
836 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 The precarious position of postdocs during COVID-19 M. Arslan Ahmed, Amir H. Behbahani, Adrian Brückner, Caroline J. Charpentier, Livia H. Morais, Stewart Mallory, et al. (+2)
837 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 Moving academic research forward during COVID-19 N. S. Wigginton, R. M. Cunningham, R. H. Katz, M. E. Lidstrom, K. A. Moler, D. Wirtz, M. T. Zuber
838 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 The search for a COVID-19 animal model Seema S. Lakdawala, Vineet D. Menachery
839 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 As India’s lockdown ends, exodus from cities risks spreading COVID-19 far and wide Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar
840 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 COVID-19 research in Africa Linda-Gail Bekker, Valerie Mizrahi
841 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 Can plasma from COVID-19 survivors help save others? Kai Kupferschmidt
842 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 Coronavirus in nonhuman primates Caroline Ash, Michael Funk
843 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 ‘Got my fingers crossed.’ As ITER fusion project marks milestone, chief ponders pandemic impact Daniel Clery
844 [GO] Science 2020―May―28 New tools aim to tame pandemic paper tsunami Jeffrey Brainard
845 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―May―27 Blood-borne biomarkers may help predict COVID-19 mortality Iwijn De Vlaminck
846 [GO] Science 2020―May―27 Japan ends its COVID-19 state of emergency Dennis Normile
847 [GO] Science 2020―May―27 Merck, one of Big Pharma’s biggest players, reveals its COVID-19 vaccine and therapy plans Jon Cohen
848 [GO] Science 2020―May―27 Reducing transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Kimberly A. Prather, Chia C. Wang, Robert T. Schooley
849 [GO] Science 2020―May―23 Coronavirus antigen tests: quick and cheap, but too often wrong? Robert Service
850 [GO] Science 2020―May―23 How Sweden wasted a ‘rare opportunity’ to study coronavirus in schools Gretchen Vogel
851 [GO] Science 2020―May―23 Doubts greet $1.2 billion bet by United States on a coronavirus vaccine by October Jon Cohen
852 [GO] Science 2020―May―23 ‘The house was on fire.’ Top Chinese virologist on how China and U.S. have met the pandemic Jon Cohen
853 [GO] Science 2020―May―22 COVID-19 contact tracing apps are coming to a phone near you. How will we know whether they work? Kelly Servick
854 [GO] Science 2020―May―22 Nobel laureates and science groups demand NIH review decision to kill coronavirus grant Science Staff
855 [GO] Science 2020―May―22 Doctors race to understand rare inflammatory condition associated with coronavirus in young people Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
856 [GO] Science Advances 2020―May―22 SARS-CoV2 vaccines: Slow is fast Douglas R. Green
857 [GO] Science Advances 2020―May―22 SARS-CoV2 vaccines: Slow is fast Douglas R. Green
858 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 HLA genetics and COVID-19 Laura M. Zahn, Caroline Ash, Jesse Smith
859 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 Professors must support the mental health of trainees during the COVID-19 crisis June Gruber
860 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 COVID-19 recovery can benefit biodiversity Ryan M. Pearson, Michael Sievers, Eva C. McClure, Mischa P. Turschwell, Rod M. Connolly, Jennifer Sills
861 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 COVID-19 spotlights medical diagnostics Maurycy Jankowski, Paul Mozdziak, Bartosz Kempisty, Jennifer Sills
862 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 AI systems aim to sniff out coronavirus outbreaks Adrian Cho
863 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 T cells found in coronavirus patients ‘bode well’ for long-term immunity Mitch Leslie
864 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 Case clustering emerges as key pandemic puzzle Kai Kupferschmidt
865 [GO] Science 2020―May―21 Which interventions work best in a pandemic? Johannes Haushofer, C. Jessica E. Metcalf
866 [GO] Science 2020―May―20 Why do some COVID-19 patients infect many others, whereas most don’t spread the virus at all? Kai Kupferschmidt
867 [GO] Science 2020―May―20 DNA vaccine protection against SARS-CoV-2 in rhesus macaques Jingyou Yu, Lisa H. Tostanoski, Lauren Peter, Noe B. Mercado, Katherine McMahan, Shant H. Mahrokhian, et al. (+48)
868 [GO] Science 2020―May―20 SARS-CoV-2 infection protects against rechallenge in rhesus macaques Abishek Chandrashekar, Jinyan Liu, Amanda J. Martinot, Katherine McMahan, Noe B. Mercado, Lauren Peter, et al. (+47)
869 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―May―19 Serology for SARS-CoV-2: Apprehensions, opportunities, and the path forward Juliet E. Bryant, Andrew S. Azman, Matthew J. Ferrari, Benjamin F. Arnold, Maciej F. Boni, Yap. Boum, et al. (+8)
870 [GO] Science Advances 2020―May―18 Evidence for host-dependent RNA editing in the transcriptome of SARS-CoV-2 Salvatore Di Giorgio, Filippo Martignano, Maria Gabriella Torcia, Giorgio Mattiuz, Silvestro G. Conticello
871 [GO] Science 2020―May―18 Susceptible supply limits the role of climate in the early SARS-CoV-2 pandemic Rachel E. Baker, Wenchang Yang, Gabriel A. Vecchi, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Bryan T. Grenfell
872 [GO] Science 2020―May―16 New helmet and tent aim to protect health care workers from the coronavirus Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
873 [GO] Science 2020―May―15 Emails offer look into whistleblower charges of cronyism behind potential COVID-19 drug Jon Cohen
874 [GO] Science 2020―May―15 T cells found in COVID-19 patients ‘bode well’ for long-term immunity Mitch Leslie
875 [GO] Science 2020―May―15 Inferring change points in the spread of COVID-19 reveals the effectiveness of interventions Jonas Dehning, Johannes Zierenberg, F. Paul Spitzner, Michael Wibral, Joao Pinheiro Neto, Michael Wilczek, Viola Priesemann
876 [GO] Science 2020―May―15 Watch the coronavirus’ rampage through the body Meagan Cantwell
877 [GO] Science 2020―May―15 How past pandemics reinforced inequality, and millions of mysterious quakes beneath a volcano Sarah Crespi
878 [GO] Science 2020―May―15 From Black Death to fatal flu, past pandemics show why people on the margins suffer most Lizzie Wade
879 [GO] Science 2020―May―14 Impact of COVID-19 on academic mothers Fernanda Staniscuaski, Fernanda Reichert, Fernanda P. Werneck, Letícia de Oliveira, Pâmela B. Mello-Carpes, Rossana C. Soletti, et al. (+9)
880 [GO] Science 2020―May―14 Scientists are drowning in COVID-19 papers. Can new tools keep them afloat? Jeffrey Brainard
881 [GO] Science 2020―May―14 The COVID-19 RNA-synthesizing machine Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
882 [GO] Science 2020―May―14 Pandemic could add noise to clinical trial data Kelly Servick
883 [GO] Science 2020―May―14 House Democrats include research dollars in latest pandemic relief package Jeffrey Mervis
884 [GO] Science 2020―May―14 Policy opportunities to enhance sharing for pandemic research Michelle Rourke, Mark Eccleston-Turner, Alexandra Phelan, Lawrence Gostin
885 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―May―13 COVID-19 and cancer: The bad and the ugly Ecaterina Ileana-Dumbrava
886 [GO] Science 2020―May―13 Artificial intelligence systems aim to sniff out signs of COVID-19 outbreaks Adrian Cho
887 [GO] Science 2020―May―13 A noncompeting pair of human neutralizing antibodies block COVID-19 virus binding to its receptor ACE2 Yan Wu, Feiran Wang, Chenguang Shen, Weiyu Peng, Delin Li, Cheng Zhao, et al. (+19)
888 [GO] Science 2020―May―13 Unveiling ‘Warp Speed,’ the White House’s America-first push for a coronavirus vaccine Jon Cohen
889 [GO] Science 2020―May―13 Estimating the burden of SARS-CoV-2 in France Henrik Salje, Cécile Tran Kiem, Noémie Lefrancq, Noémie Courtejoie, Paolo Bosetti, Juliette Paireau, et al. (+11)
890 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―May―13 TMPRSS2 and TMPRSS4 promote SARS-CoV-2 infection of human small intestinal enterocytes Ruochen Zang, Maria Florencia Gomez Castro, Broc T. McCune, Qiru Zeng, Paul W. Rothlauf, Naomi M. Sonnek, et al. (+8)
891 [GO] Science Robotics 2020―May―13 Robots and pandemics in science fiction Robin R. Murphy
892 [GO] Science 2020―May―12 Secretive Jasons to offer advice on how to reopen academic labs shut by pandemic Jeffrey Mervis
893 [GO] Science 2020―May―11 A strategic approach to COVID-19 vaccine R&D By Lawrence Corey, John R. Mascola, Anthony S. Fauci, Francis S. Collins
894 [GO] Science Advances 2020―May―11 COVID-19: Rescue by transcriptional inhibition Ali Shilatifard
895 [GO] Science 2020―May―09 ‘Finally, a virus got me.’ Scientist who fought Ebola and HIV reflects on facing death from COVID-19 Dirk Draulans
896 [GO] Science 2020―May―08 Rapid repurposing of drugs for COVID-19 R. Kiplin Guy, Robert S. DiPaola, Frank Romanelli, Rebecca E. Dutch
897 [GO] Science 2020―May―08 Rapid COVID-19 vaccine development Barney S. Graham
898 [GO] Science 2020―May―08 I evacuated my fieldwork site because of COVID-19. What now? Kara Fikrig
899 [GO] Science 2020―May―08 Making antibodies to treat coronavirus, and why planting trees won’t save the planet Sarah Crespi
900 [GO] Science 2020―May―08 India’s push to relax environmental assessment rules amid pandemic draws criticism Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar
901 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―May―08 HiJAKing SARS-CoV-2? The potential role of JAK inhibitors in the management of COVID-19 Francesca Romana Spinelli, Fabrizio Conti, Massimo Gadina
902 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Combination prevention for COVID-19 Myron S. Cohen, Lawrence Corey
903 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Ethics of controlled human infection to study COVID-19 Seema K. Shah, Franklin G. Miller, Thomas C. Darton, Devan Duenas, Claudia Emerson, Holly Fernandez Lynch, et al. (+16)
904 [GO] Science Advances 2020―May―07 Point of no return: COVID-19 and the US health care systemAn emergency physician’s perspective Maia Dorsett
905 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Unproven herbal remedy against COVID-19 could fuel drug-resistant malaria, scientists warn Linda Nordling
906 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Beat COVID-19 through innovation Pierre Azoulay, Benjamin Jones
907 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Clinical trials press on for conditions other than COVID-19. Will the pandemic’s effects sneak into their data? Kelly Servick
908 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Ape researchers mobilize to save primates from coronavirus Ann Gibbons
909 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 The race is on for antibodies that stop the new coronavirus Jon Cohen
910 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 NIH move to ax bat coronavirus grant draws fire Meredith Wadman, Jon Cohen
911 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Targeting the SARS-CoV-2 spike Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
912 [GO] Science 2020―May―07 Children's role in pandemic is still a puzzle Gretchen Vogel, Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
913 [GO] Science 2020―May―06 The race is on for antibodies that stop the new coronavirus Jon Cohen
914 [GO] Science 2020―May―06 Development of an inactivated vaccine candidate for SARS-CoV-2 Qiang Gao, Linlin Bao, Haiyan Mao, Lin Wang, Kangwei Xu, Minnan Yang, et al. (+28)
915 [GO] Science 2020―May―05 Rapid implementation of mobile technology for real-time epidemiology of COVID-19 David A. Drew, Long H. Nguyen, Claire J. Steves, Cristina Menni, Maxim Freydin, Thomas Varsavsky, et al. (+6)
916 [GO] Science 2020―May―05 Should schools reopen? Kids’ role in pandemic still a mystery Gretchen Vogel
917 [GO] Science 2020―May―05 Pressure grows on China for independent investigation into pandemic’s origins Science Staff
918 [GO] Science 2020―May―04 Site-specific glycan analysis of the SARS-CoV-2 spike Yasunori Watanabe, Joel D. Allen, Daniel Wrapp, Jason S. McLellan, Max Crispin
919 [GO] Science 2020―May―02 Primatologists work to keep great apes safe from coronavirus Ann Gibbons
920 [GO] Science 2020―May―01 Children of the pandemic: How will kids be shaped by the coronavirus crisis? Joel Goldberg
921 [GO] Science 2020―May―01 NIH’s axing of bat coronavirus grant a ‘horrible precedent’ and might break rules, critics say Meredith Wadman
922 [GO] Science 2020―May―01 Structural basis for inhibition of the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase from SARS-CoV-2 by remdesivir Wanchao Yin, Chunyou Mao, Xiaodong Luan, Dan-Dan Shen, Qingya Shen, Haixia Su, et al. (+16)
923 [GO] Science 2020―May―01 SARS-CoV-2 productively infects human gut enterocytes Mart M. Lamers, Joep Beumer, Jelte van der Vaart, Kèvin Knoops, Jens Puschhof, Tim I. Breugem, et al. (+15)
924 [GO] Science 2020―May―01 Renewable power surges as pandemic scrambles global energy outlook, new report finds Warren Cornwall
925 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 COVID-19 amidst Ebola's retreat John Ditekemena
926 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 NIH launches competition to speed COVID-19 diagnostics Robert Service
927 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 Call for transparency of COVID-19 models C. Michael Barton, Marina Alberti, Daniel Ames, Jo-An Atkinson, Jerad Bales, Edmund Burke, et al. (+26)
928 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 Large trial yields strongest evidence yet that antiviral drug can help COVID-19 patients Jon Cohen
929 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 Limiting fatality in COVID-19 patients Gemma Alderton, Michael Funk
930 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 A COVID-19 recovery for climate Daniel Rosenbloom, Jochen Markard
931 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 COVID-19 shot protects monkeys Jon Cohen
932 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 The coronavirus czar Kai Kupferschmidt
933 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 SARS-CoV-2 in Iceland Pamela J. Hines, Caroline Ash, Jesse Smith
934 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 Fauci mania! His voice for science during pandemic inspires bobblehead, other kitsch … and SNL Meagan Weiland
935 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 Research opportunities in pandemic lockdown Rajeev Saraswat, Divya Atri Saraswat
936 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―30 The mystery of the pandemic's ‘happy hypoxia’ Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
937 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Apr―29 An ACE therapy for COVID-19 Christopher B. Rodell
938 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―29 As COVID-19 forces conferences online, scientists discover upsides of virtual format Michael Price
939 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―29 Changes in contact patterns shape the dynamics of the COVID-19 outbreak in China Juanjuan Zhang, Maria Litvinova, Yuxia Liang, Yan Wang, Wei Wang, Shanlu Zhao, et al. (+6)
940 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Apr―29 An ounce of public health for COVID-19? Girish N. Nadkarni
941 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―29 Why don’t some coronavirus patients sense their alarmingly low oxygen levels? Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
942 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―29 How the pandemic made this virologist an unlikely cult figure Kai Kupferschmidt
943 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―28 Reopening puts Germany’s much-praised coronavirus response at risk Kai Kupferschmidt
944 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Apr―27 Mobile phone data for informing public health actions across the COVID-19 pandemic life cycle Nuria Oliver, Bruno Lepri, Harald Sterly, Renaud Lambiotte, Sébastien Delataille, Marco De Nadai, et al. (+18)
945 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―27 New York clinical trial quietly tests heartburn remedy against coronavirus Brendan Borrell
946 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―24 Suffering from COVID-19 anxiety? Here’s what you can do Jennifer Kong
947 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―24 COVID-19 vaccine protects monkeys from new coronavirus, Chinese biotech reports Jon Cohen
948 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―24 Surveys of infectious disease experts aim to predict COVID-19’s toll Jeffrey Brainard
949 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―24 From nose to toes-how coronavirus affects the body, and a quantum microscope that unlocks the magnetic secrets of very old rocks Sarah Crespi
950 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―23 Health care workers seek to flatten COVID-19’s ‘second curve’-their rising mental anguish Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
951 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―23 Did Japan miss its chance to keep the coronavirus in check? Dennis Normile
952 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―23 Against pandemic research exceptionalism Alex John London, Jonathan Kimmelman
953 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―22 Antimalarials widely used against COVID-19 heighten risk of cardiac arrest. How can doctors minimize the danger? Kelly Servick
954 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Apr―22 Can cell therapies halt cytokine storm in severe COVID-19 patients? James Ankrum
955 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―22 Coronavirus found in Paris sewage points to early warning system Christa Lesté-Lasserre
956 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―22 Antibody surveys suggesting vast undercount of coronavirus infections may be unreliable Gretchen Vogel
957 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―22 United States should allow volunteers to be infected with coronavirus to test vaccines, lawmakers argue Jon Cohen
958 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―22 Structure-based design of antiviral drug candidates targeting the SARS-CoV-2 main protease Wenhao Dai, Bing Zhang, Haixia Su, Jian Li, Yao Zhao, Xiong Xie, et al. (+19)
959 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―19 'Open the doors for us.' Indonesian scientists say government snubs offers to help fight coronavirus Dyna Rochmyaningsih
960 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―18 How early-career scientists are coping with COVID-19 challenges and fears Elisabeth Pain
961 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―18 How does coronavirus kill? Clinicians trace a ferocious rampage through the body, from brain to toes Meredith Wadman
962 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―18 To streamline coronavirus vaccine and drug efforts, NIH and firms join forces Jocelyn Kaiser
963 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―17 Cytokine release syndrome in severe COVID-19 By John B. Moore, Carl H. June
964 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―17 Antibiotic treatment for COVID-19 complications could fuel resistant bacteria Sara Reardon
965 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―17 Comparative pathogenesis of COVID-19, MERS, and SARS in a nonhuman primate model Barry Rockx, Thijs Kuiken, Sander Herfst, Theo Bestebroer, Mart M. Lamers, Bas B. Oude Munnink, et al. (+18)
966 [GO] Science Advances 2020―Apr―17 Surviving COVID-19: A disease tolerance perspective Janelle S. Ayres
967 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―17 How countries could recover from coronavirus, and lessons from an ancient drought Sarah Crespi
968 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―17 Crushing coronavirus means ‘breaking the habits of a lifetime.’ Behavior scientists have some tips Warren Cornwall
969 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 Protect Indigenous peoples from COVID-19 Lucas Ferrante, Philip M. Fearnside, Jennifer Sills
970 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 From mice to monkeys, animals studied for coronavirus answers Jon Cohen
971 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 South Africa flattens its coronavirus curve-and considers how to ease restrictions Linda Nordling
972 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 U.S. conservatives who detest climate models add a new target: coronavirus models Scott Waldman
973 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 Top EU scientist ousted over plans for coronavirus research Nicholas Wallace
974 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 ‘Short-sighted.’ Health experts decry Trump’s freeze on U.S. funding for WHO as world fights pandemic Kai Kupferschmidt
975 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 Pandemic carves gaps in long-term field projects Elizabeth Pennisi
976 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 For Brazil’s Indigenous communities, pandemic revives memories of earlier plagues Ignacio Amigo
977 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―16 Pandemic robs field scientists of ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ moments Elizabeth Pennisi
978 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―15 Ending coronavirus lockdowns will be a dangerous process of trial and error Kai Kupferschmidt
979 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―15 EU science chief defends record after ouster over coronavirus plans Nicholas Wallace
980 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―14 ‘Suppress and lift’: Hong Kong and Singapore say they have a coronavirus strategy that works Dennis Normile
981 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―14 Mice, hamsters, ferrets, monkeys. Which lab animals can help defeat the new coronavirus? Jon Cohen
982 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―14 Projecting the transmission dynamics of SARS-CoV-2 through the postpandemic period Stephen M. Kissler, Christine Tedijanto, Edward Goldstein, Yonatan H. Grad, Marc Lipsitch
983 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―11 Would-be coronavirus drugs are cheap to make Robert Service
984 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―11 How can we save black and brown lives during a pandemic? Data from past studies can point the way Ann Gibbons
985 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―10 How I’ve connected with other scientists online during the COVID-19 pandemic Arpit Sharma
986 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―10 Structure of the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase from COVID-19 virus Yan Gao, Liming Yan, Yucen Huang, Fengjiang Liu, Yao Zhao, Lin Cao, et al. (+22)
987 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―10 Does coronavirus spread through the air, and the biology of anorexia Sarah Crespi
988 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―10 Is France’s president fueling the hype over an unproven coronavirus treatment? Yves Sciama
989 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 G20 leaders must answer to COVID-19 Caroline Atkinson
990 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 For survivors of severe COVID-19, beating the virus is just the beginning Kelly Servick
991 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 NAS letter suggests ‘normal breathing’ can expel coronavirus Robert F. Service
992 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 Top EU scientist pushed out over coronavirus spat Nicholas Wallace
993 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 Tested by HIV and TB, South Africa confronts new pandemic Linda Nordling
994 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 Finding community during a pandemic Arpit Sharma
995 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 Pandemic brings mass vaccinations to a halt Leslie Roberts
996 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―09 Social scientists scramble to study pandemic, in real time Warren Cornwall
997 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―08 Early-career scientists at critical career junctures brace for impact of COVID-19 Wudan Yan
998 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―08 South Africa hopes its battle with HIV and TB helped prepare it for COVID-19 Linda Nordling
999 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―08 Effective containment explains subexponential growth in recent confirmed COVID-19 cases in China Benjamin F. Maier, Dirk Brockmann
1000 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―08 Former FDA leaders decry emergency authorization of malaria drugs for coronavirus Charles Piller
1001 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―08 Trials of drugs to prevent coronavirus infection begin in health care workers Kai Kupferschmidt
1002 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―08 Unprecedented nationwide blood studies seek to track U.S. coronavirus spread Jon Cohen
1003 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―07 ‘Every day is a new surprise.’ Inside the effort to produce the world’s most popular coronavirus tracker Jocelyn Kaiser
1004 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Apr―06 An orally bioavailable broad-spectrum antiviral inhibits SARS-CoV-2 in human airway epithelial cell cultures and multiple coronaviruses in mice Timothy P. Sheahan, Amy C. Sims, Shuntai Zhou, Rachel L. Graham, Andrea J. Pruijssers, Maria L. Agostini, et al. (+22)
1005 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―04 Scientists have turned the structure of the coronavirus into music Vineeth Venugopal
1006 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―03 How COVID-19 disease models shape shutdowns, and detecting emotions in mice Sarah Crespi
1007 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―03 Responding to peer reviews is never fun. It’s harder when COVID-19 shuts down your lab Ye Zhou
1008 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―03 ‘These are answers we need.’ WHO plans global study to discover true extent of coronavirus infections Gretchen Vogel
1009 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―03 You may be able to spread coronavirus just by breathing, new report finds Robert Service
1010 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―03 These drugs don’t target the coronavirus-they target us Kai Kupferschmidt
1011 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―03 A highly conserved cryptic epitope in the receptor-binding domains of SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV Meng Yuan, Nicholas C. Wu, Xueyong Zhu, Chang-Chun D. Lee, Ray T. Y. So, Huibin Lv, et al. (+2)
1012 [GO] Science Immunology 2020―Apr―03 Learning from our immunological history: What can SARS-CoV teach us about SARS-CoV-2? Sarah E. Henrickson
1013 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―02 Making allowances for COVID-19 Ye Zhou
1014 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―02 Vaccine designers take first shots at COVID-19 Jon Cohen
1015 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―02 As normalcy returns, can China keep COVID-19 at bay? Dennis Normile
1016 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―02 The United States leads in coronavirus cases, but not pandemic response Science Staff
1017 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―02 Infect volunteers to speed a coronavirus vaccine? Jon Cohen
1018 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―02 ‘We have no choice.’ Pandemic forces polio eradication group to halt campaigns Leslie Roberts
1019 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―01 Can you put a price on COVID-19 options? Experts weigh lives versus economics Warren Cornwall
1020 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―01 With record-setting speed, vaccinemakers take their first shots at the new coronavirus Jon Cohen
1021 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―01 The $1 billion bet: Pharma giant and U.S. government team up in all-out coronavirus vaccine push Jon Cohen
1022 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―01 Speed coronavirus vaccine testing by deliberately infecting volunteers? Not so fast, some scientists warn Jon Cohen
1023 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―01 Should pets be tested for coronavirus? David Grimm
1024 [GO] Science 2020―Apr―01 1.3 billion people. A 21-day lockdown. Can India curb the coronavirus? Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar
1025 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―31 An investigation of transmission control measures during the first 50 days of the COVID-19 epidemic in China Huaiyu Tian, Yonghong Liu, Yidan Li, Chieh-Hsi Wu, Bin Chen, Moritz U. G. Kraemer, et al. (+15)
1026 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―31 Quantifying SARS-CoV-2 transmission suggests epidemic control with digital contact tracing Luca Ferretti, Chris Wymant, Michelle Kendall, Lele Zhao, Anel Nurtay, Lucie Abeler-Dörner, et al. (+3)
1027 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―30 Iran confronts coronavirus amid a ‘battle between science and conspiracy theories’ Richard Stone
1028 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―30 Can China return to normalcy while keeping the coronavirus in check? Dennis Normile
1029 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―29 Would everyone wearing face masks help us slow the pandemic? Kelly Servick
1030 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―28 Not wearing masks to protect against coronavirus is a ‘big mistake,’ top Chinese scientist says Jon Cohen
1031 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―28 New coronavirus leaves pregnant women with wrenching choices-but little data to guide them Gretchen Vogel
1032 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―28 How sick will the coronavirus make you? The answer may be in your genes Jocelyn Kaiser
1033 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―27 Congress pumps up NSF program to fast-track COVID-19 research Jeffrey Mervis
1034 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―27 ‘This is insane!’ Many scientists lament Trump’s embrace of risky malaria drugs for coronavirus Charles Piller
1035 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―27 How diseases rise and fall with the seasons-and what it could mean for coronavirus Joel Goldberg
1036 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―27 The new coronavirus is finally slamming Russia. Is the country ready? Richard Stone
1037 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―26 COVID-19 drives new threat to bats in China Huabin Zhao, Jennifer Sills
1038 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―26 With COVID-19, modeling takes on life and death importance Martin Enserink, Kai Kupferschmidt
1039 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―26 Race to find COVID-19 treatments accelerates Kai Kupferschmidt, Jon Cohen
1040 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―26 Massive U.S. coronavirus stimulus includes research dollars and some aid to universities Jeffrey Mervis
1041 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―26 How SARS-CoV-2 binds to human cells Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
1042 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―26 Mathematics of life and death: How disease models shape national shutdowns and other pandemic policies Martin Enserink
1043 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―25 The effect of human mobility and control measures on the COVID-19 epidemic in China Moritz U. G. Kraemer, Chia-Hung Yang, Bernardo Gutierrez, Chieh-Hsi Wu, Brennan Klein, David M. Pigott, et al. (+11)
1044 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―25 COVID-19 needs a Manhattan Project Seth Berkley
1045 [GO] Science Robotics 2020―Mar―25 Combating COVID-19-The role of robotics in managing public health and infectious diseases Guang-Zhong Yang, Bradley J. Nelson, Robin R. Murphy, Howie Choset, Henrik Christensen, Steven H. Collins, et al. (+7)
1046 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―25 Researchers are tracking another pandemic, too-of coronavirus misinformation Greg Miller
1047 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―24 ‘It’s heartbreaking.’ Labs are euthanizing thousands of mice in response to coronavirus pandemic David Grimm
1048 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―24 Can a century-old TB vaccine steel the immune system against the new coronavirus? Jop Vrieze
1049 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―23 Aggregated mobility data could help fight COVID-19 Caroline O. Buckee, Satchit Balsari, Jennifer Chan, Mercè Crosas, Francesca Dominici, Urs Gasser, et al. (+13)
1050 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―23 Cellphone tracking could help stem the spread of coronavirus. Is privacy the price? Kelly Servick
1051 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―23 The standard coronavirus test, if available, works well-but can new diagnostics help in this pandemic? Robert Service
1052 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―23 WHO launches global megatrial of the four most promising coronavirus treatments Kai Kupferschmidt
1053 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―23 ‘I’m going to keep pushing.’ Anthony Fauci tries to make the White House listen to facts of the pandemic Jon Cohen
1054 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―22 The physician whose 1964 vaccine beat back rubella is working to defeat the new coronavirus Meredith Wadman
1055 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―21 Amid coronavirus shutdowns, some grad students feel pressure to report to their labs Michael Price
1056 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―21 Universities urge U.S. leaders to boost science budgets by 15%, ease rules to cope with pandemic Jeffrey Mervis
1057 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―20 Misguided drug advice for COVID-19 Garret A. FitzGerald
1058 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―20 New blood tests for antibodies could show true scale of coronavirus pandemic Gretchen Vogel
1059 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―20 Fetal tissue ban blocks study of potential coronavirus therapies Meredith Wadman
1060 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―20 Crystal structure of SARS-CoV-2 main protease provides a basis for design of improved α-ketoamide inhibitors Linlin Zhang, Daizong Lin, Xinyuanyuan Sun, Ute Curth, Christian Drosten, Lucie Sauerhering, et al. (+3)
1061 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―19 Countries test tactics in ‘war’ against COVID-19 Jon Cohen, Kai Kupferschmidt
1062 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―19 My lab group met to chart our response to COVID-19. Here’s what we learned Jay J. Van Bavel
1063 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―19 Preventing COVID-19 prejudice in academia Piotr Rzymski, Michał Nowicki, Jennifer Sills
1064 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―19 Mass testing, school closings, lockdowns: Countries pick tactics in ‘war’ against coronavirus Jon Cohen
1065 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―19 How I faced my coronavirus anxiety Kai Liu
1066 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―19 Coronavirus disruptions reverberate through research Kelly Servick, Adrian Cho, Jennifer Couzin-Frankel, Giorgia Guglielmi
1067 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―19 Respirators, quarantines, and worst-case scenarios: Lab animal facilities grapple with the pandemic David Grimm
1068 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―18 Coronavirus cases have dropped sharply in South Korea. What’s the secret to its success? Dennis Normile
1069 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―18 ‘It’s OK to feel anxious.’ How a professor in China faced coronavirus disruptions and fears Kai Liu
1070 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―17 Working from home because of COVID-19? Here are 10 ways to spend your time Karin Bodewits
1071 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―17 Disease experts call for nationwide closure of U.S. schools and businesses to slow coronavirus Jocelyn Kaiser
1072 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―17 Coronavirus concerns force Arctic mission to cancel research flights Gretchen Vogel
1073 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―17 Amid pandemic, Energy Department labs close to tens of thousands of users Adrian Cho
1074 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―16 Substantial undocumented infection facilitates the rapid dissemination of novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) Ruiyun Li, Sen Pei, Bin Chen, Yimeng Song, Tao Zhang, Wan Yang, Jeffrey Shaman
1075 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―16 ‘A ticking time bomb’: Scientists worry about coronavirus spread in Africa Linda Nordling
1076 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―15 Meet Anthony Fauci, the epidemic expert trying to shape the White House’s coronavirus response John Travis
1077 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―14 Why do dozens of diseases wax and wane with the seasons-and will COVID-19? Jon Cohen
1078 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―14 Updated: Labs go quiet as researchers brace for long-term coronavirus disruptions Kelly Servick
1079 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―14 Did an experimental drug help a U.S. coronavirus patient? Jon Cohen
1080 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―13 Quarantine the cat? Disinfect the dog? The latest advice about the coronavirus and your pets David Grimm
1081 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―13 Does disinfecting surfaces really prevent the spread of coronavirus? Robert Service
1082 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―12 Genome analyses help track coronavirus' moves Kai Kupferschmidt
1083 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―12 ‘We're behind the curve’: U.S. hospitals confront the challenges of large-scale coronavirus testing Jon Cohen
1084 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―12 Structure of the nCoV trimeric spike Valda Vinson, Michael Funk
1085 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―11 How an Australian researcher ended up in the spotlight at a White House coronavirus briefing David Malakoff
1086 [GO] Science Translational Medicine 2020―Mar―11 New coronavirus outbreak: Framing questions for pandemic prevention Scott P. Layne, James M. Hyman, David M. Morens, Jeffery K. Taubenberger
1087 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―11 Does closing schools slow the spread of coronavirus? Past outbreaks provide clues Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
1088 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―10 Mutations can reveal how the coronavirus moves-but they’re easy to overinterpret Kai Kupferschmidt
1089 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―07 Why airport screening won’t stop the spread of coronavirus Dennis Normile
1090 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―07 Coronavirus disruptions could hurt North Korea’s efforts to treat tuberculosis Richard Stone
1091 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―07 Top stories: Bungled coronavirus testing, disarming ‘atomic bomb’ cells, and jet stream blocking Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
1092 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―06 With $115 million, more than 80 Boston researchers will collaborate to tackle COVID-19 Jennifer Couzin-Frankel
1093 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―06 The effect of travel restrictions on the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak Matteo Chinazzi, Jessica T. Davis, Marco Ajelli, Corrado Gioannini, Maria Litvinova, Stefano Merler, et al. (+10)
1094 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―06 Can China's COVID-19 strategy work elsewhere? Kai Kupferschmidt, Jon Cohen
1095 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―06 Dog noses detect heat, the world faces coronavirus, and scientists search for extraterrestrial life Sarah Crespi
1096 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―05 ‘We had to act.’ How coronavirus fears forced physics society to nix giant meeting Adrian Cho
1097 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―04 Indonesia finally reports two coronavirus cases. Scientists worry it has many more Dyna Rochmyaningsih
1098 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―04 Structural basis for the recognition of the SARS-CoV-2 by full-length human ACE2 Renhong Yan, Yuanyuan Zhang, Yaning Li, Lu Xia, Yingying Guo, Qiang Zhou
1099 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―03 China’s aggressive measures have slowed the coronavirus. They may not work in other countries Kai Kupferschmidt
1100 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―02 Coronavirus just caused the American Physical Society to cancel its biggest meeting of the year Adrian Cho
1101 [GO] Science 2020―Mar―01 In bid to rapidly expand coronavirus testing, U.S. agency abruptly changes rules Jon Cohen
1102 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―29 The United States badly bungled coronavirus testing-but things may soon improve Jon Cohen
1103 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―29 Top stories: Coronavirus’ next phase, glowing newts, and Japan’s cruise ship fiasco Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
1104 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―28 Singapore claims first use of antibody test to track coronavirus infections Dennis Normile
1105 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―28 Strategies shift as coronavirus pandemic looms Jon Cohen, Kai Kupferschmidt
1106 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―27 ‘A completely new culture of doing research.’ Coronavirus outbreak changes how scientists communicate Kai Kupferschmidt
1107 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―26 Coronavirus infections keep mounting after cruise ship fiasco in Japan Dennis Normile
1108 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―26 The coronavirus seems unstoppable. What should the world do now? Jon Cohen
1109 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―21 Coronavirus epidemic snarls science worldwide Robert F. Service
1110 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―20 Scientists ‘strongly condemn’ rumors and conspiracy theories about origin of coronavirus outbreak Jon Cohen
1111 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―19 Cryo-EM structure of the 2019-nCoV spike in the prefusion conformation Daniel Wrapp, Nianshuang Wang, Kizzmekia S. Corbett, Jory A. Goldsmith, Ching-Lin Hsieh, Olubukola Abiona, et al. (+2)
1112 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―14 Labs scramble to produce new coronavirus diagnostics Jon Cohen, Kai Kupferschmidt
1113 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―13 Update: ‘A bit chaotic.’ Christening of new coronavirus and its disease name create confusion Martin Enserink
1114 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―12 Labs scramble to spot hidden coronavirus infections Jon Cohen
1115 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―11 Mission impossible? WHO director fights to prevent a pandemic without offending China Kai Kupferschmidt
1116 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―08 Top stories: Faster ocean currents, coronavirus DNA, and the largest-ever study of cancer genomes Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
1117 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―08 Scientists are racing to model the next moves of a coronavirus that's still hard to predict Jon Cohen
1118 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―07 Will novel virus go pandemic or be contained? Kai Kupferschmidt, Jon Cohen
1119 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―06 ‘This beast is moving very fast.’ Will the new coronavirus be contained-or go pandemic? Kai Kupferschmidt
1120 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―04 Study claiming new coronavirus can be transmitted by people without symptoms was flawed Kai Kupferschmidt
1121 [GO] Science 2020―Feb―01 Mining coronavirus genomes for clues to the outbreak’s origins Jon Cohen
1122 [GO] Science 2020―Jan―31 New coronavirus threat galvanizes scientists Jon Cohen
1123 [GO] Science 2020―Jan―29 Can an anti-HIV combination or other existing drugs outwit the new coronavirus? Jon Cohen
1124 [GO] Science 2020―Jan―28 Scientists are moving at record speed to create new coronavirus vaccines-but they may come too late Jon Cohen
1125 [GO] Science 2020―Jan―25 Top stories: A push to build affordable electron microscopes, coronavirus is not a global emergency yet, and the voice of an ancient mummy Rodrigo Pérez Ortega
1126 [GO] Science 2020―Jan―22 China reports more than 200 infections with new coronavirus from Wuhan Dennis Normile


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