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- August 19, 2020: “Work After the Pandemic”–Maybe there are some things that don’t need to go back to normal
- August 26, 2020: “Why Some Nation States Are Banning TikTok”–The U.S. is not alone in questioning the social medium’s allegiance to the Chinese government
- July 30, 2020: “Charges Reveal Extent of China-Sponsored Hacking in the West”–Targets have included COVID-19 labs, dissidents, and religious groups
- July 9, 2020: “Hong Kong: Tech Companies Face Series Ethical Decisions”–As Hong Kong is transformed into a police state, Western companies, faced with demands for snitching on users, are rethinking cozy relationships with China
- July 2, 2020: “China’s Health Code App: One More Way to Track Citizens”
- June 18, 2020: “The Age of the Wolf Warrior: China’s Post-Pandemic Strategy”–The younger diplomats take their cue from a Chinese Rambo-style movie and the rewritten history they learned at school
- May 27, 2020: “Making Sense of the Numbers Behind COVID-19”–Media discernment: Understanding the way numbers are reported.
- May 20, 2020: “The New Cyber Cold War with China”–China has been hacking U.S. COVID-19 research.
- April 23, 2020: “COVID-19: Getting to the Bottom of What Happened in China”–What we know and still don’t know about the early days of the coronavirus outbreak and the current number of cases in China.
- Latest Biohazards Column : “Mindless Attempts” in Issue 52–cerebral organoids and whether they can ever become “brains-in-a-dish” (by subscription only)
- Spring 2020 Issue: “Stopping the Flu Virus”–A profile of professor Hana Dobrovolny and her work modeling the flu virus
- Spring 2019 Issue: “Our Uneasy Tranquility”–American’s use of anti-anxiety medication has skyrocketed. Should we be worried?
- March 23, 2020: “Coronavirus: Explanations and Ethical Issues”–How does a virus work and what bioethical issues should we consider during the pandemic?
Over 100 articles from 2015 to 2017.