The pandemic has led to science being broadcast live, but scientific knowledge advances little by little, constantly self-correcting.
The informative coverage of La Palma's volcanic eruption viewed by Ferran Martin and its Eyedropper.
The award recognises its trajectory, sustained content quality, and resilience.
Volume 108 of the journal explores the role of citizen science and the construction of scientific knowledge.
On 9 November, Pfizer announced in a press release that their COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows 90 % efficacy. We analyse the situation with the voice of several experts.
The discovery has immediately been connected with the potential presence of life on Venus; on Earth, this gas is generated by microbian and human activity. The research team, however, remains cautious.
The word science has never been as present in the media as it was during the COVID-19 pandemic, and if this continues to be the case in the coming months, it is very likely that something will remain even after the coronavirus disappears.
Early criticism of COVID-19 rhetoric cautions against the use of war metaphors that can shift us toward authoritarian and nationalistic sentiment, evoking xenophobia and racism.
Most of the fake news that circulated on the web before this pandemic concerned health and became far more widespread than the real news. Unfortunately, this phenomenon has escalated with the global COVID-19 crisis.