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Nonlinearity, failing principles, and COVID19

In our years of broken ideologies, few, very few principles survive. The ones that do are fairly stable. The core idea of liberalism is...

82-Year-Old Receives the First Dose the AZ-Oxford Vaccine

The UK became the first country to approve the AstraZeneca-Oxford covid vaccine, on Wednesday, 30 December 2020. Today, Brian Pinker, 82, became the first...

Covid-19 Vaccines: A Timeline of Recent Advancements

24 November, 2020Sputnik V vaccine is 91,4% effectiveThe second analysis of Phase III trials—obtained 28 days after administering the first dose and 7 days...

Using Artificial Intelligence to Diagnose COVID19

The novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, was first identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019 and since then it has emerged as a global pandemic. More...

Spain Orders Mandatory Quarantine for Incoming Travellers

From May 15, all travellers entering Spain will have to go through a mandatory 14-day quarantine, Spanish government officials have announced. The measure applies...