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The Conduct Science Podcast: The End of the World

The Conduct Science Podcast: The End of the World 00:00 - Intro 01:00 - Tech tangent 03:44 - Factoids 04:57 - Predicted apocolypses 10:45 - Natural disasters 34:48 - Man-made disasters 54:11 - Alien invasion 59:50 - Ends of the Universe 1:13:30 - Which end of the world sceanario would
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Pandemic Psychology: What this Crisis Means for the Greater Good

Meredith Sackett Amidst a shifting reality for many, how will we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic? As the global health crisis escalates, humanity encounters a period of transformation and reflection. Apart from the pathophysiological threat to our health, the potential effects of any disease on a population, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, extend to and can
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The Method Section: Disease in Populations

The Method Section: Disease in Populations 00:00 - Intro 02:45 - Coronavirus 05:30 - Pathogens and hosts 05:30 - Viruses 08:10 - Bacteria 09:05 - Parasites 10:50 - Fungal infections 12:31 - Susceptibility 14:36 - Modelling transmission 22:18 - Ending and outro You can listen to The Method Section by
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Why We Need to Know: How Did This Pandemic Happen?

Meredith Sackett The race to find the source of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the consequences of identifying its origin. The emergence and spread of a novel virus, SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2), dominates global conversation as the zoonotic pathogen circulates across all of the world’s inhabited continents. Both inauspicious and impressive, there are now upwards