In Crowded Hospitals, Who Will Get Life-Saving Equipment?

In Crowded Hospitals, Who Will Get Life-Saving Equipment?

But as the Covid-19 patients arrived last week, the intubations were happening every two hours, he says, “like clockwork.” He had watched the situation unfold elsewhere in New York, like at Elmhurst Hospital, in Queens, where patients reportedly died waiting for staff and beds.

The Gene Mutation That Could Cure HIV Has a Checkered Past

The Gene Mutation That Could Cure HIV Has a Checkered Past

While the international science community condemned He’s experiment for a host of ethics violations, using Crispr and other gene-editing tools to recreate the protective effects of the CCR5 mutation might lead to treatments so widely available that we don’t have to refer to patients as the London this or the Berlin that any more.

Photo Gallery: Science Lab Or Artist Studio?

Photo Gallery: Science Lab Or Artist Studio?

"Art is a way of thinking." Related Stories Over the course of her 10 years at the Technical University Bürkle has gained a new appreciation for the artistry of scientific research, which, she discovered, is far more unruly than most people realize.

Miriam Müller

Miriam Müller

Miriam é alemã e mestre em Sociologia e Estudos Latino-Americanos pela Freie Universitaet Berlin e está finalizando seu doutorado em Sociologia na Humboldt Universitaet Berlin.Blogging on: Latin America, Open Data

Has Silicon Valley Lost Its Soul? The Case for and Against

Has Silicon Valley Lost Its Soul? The Case for and Against

Speaking first in support of the resolution, Silicon Valley has lost its soul, Noam Cohen, journalist and author of "The Know-It-Alls." Ladies and gentlemen, Noam Cohen.Noam Cohen: So I wanted everyone to take a moment and think about the first time they used the internet 20, 25 years ago.