Covid, Ancient Migrations, Peer Review, Language, Nobel Prize

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Covid, Ancient Migrations, Peer Review, Language, Nobel Prize
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Football Euro: Study shows the impact on Covid-19 infections

Healthcare in Europe | January 21, 2023

The impact of the European Soccer (Football) Championship 2020 on the incidence of the Corona pandemic across Europe.

Ancient DNA Charts Native Americans’ Journeys to Asia Thousands of Years Ago

Brian Handwerk | Smithsonian Magazine | January 12, 2023

Native Americans traveled back and forth to Asia thousands of years ago, well before Europeans discovered America.

The rise and fall of peer review

Adam Mastroianni | Experimental History | December 13, 2022

Why the greatest scientific experiment in history failed, and why that's a great thing.

Language Diversity in Scholarly Publishing

Cameron Neylon and Bianca Kramer | Upstream | June 28, 2022

Study of the language diversity in scholarly publishing, using a sample of the more than 100 million publications with Crossref.

Thirteen years ago

Interview with Edmond Fischer: pianist, microbe hunter, pilot, and Napoleon expert

Martin Fenner | Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings | July 13, 2010

Interview with Edmond Fisher who shared the 1992 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

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