• Should we bank on a vaccine next year?

    Holly Seale     |      October 8, 2020

    A group of 28 vaccine researchers say we might have a vaccine by late-2021, though it could take until well into 2022 for an effective vaccine to be well-distributed.

  • Designing better quarantine

    Holly Seale     |      September 1, 2020

    It’s easy to judge people who escape from quarantine as not doing their bit. But if we use some basic principles from behavioural science, we might stop people wanting to escape in the first place.

  • Assuaging religious fears over COVID vaccines

    Holly Seale     |      August 28, 2020

    Church leaders have raised concerns over a COVID-19 vaccine produced using cells derived from aborted foetuses. But the Vatican has already ruled such vaccines ‘morally separate’ from the abortions.