Claire Jarvis

Claire Jarvis

Claire Jarvis a science and medical writer based in Atlanta who contributes to The Scientist. With a research background in chemistry, she has covered the latest scientific and medical advances for Chemical & Engineering NewsChemistry WorldUndarkPhysics Today, and OneZero.

Articles by Claire Jarvis
Biogen Uses its Own Superspreader Event to Aid COVID-19 Research
Biogen Uses its Own Superspreader Event to Aid COVID-19 Research
Claire Jarvis | May 19, 2020
A blood biobank allows scientists to study the immune responses to the coronavirus among infected Biogen employees and their contacts.
The Unusual Symptoms of COVID-19
The Unusual Symptoms of COVID-19
Claire Jarvis | May 7, 2020
Scientists document a growing list of atypical coronavirus infection symptoms, giving doctors more insight into the emerging disease.
Wrist-Mounted Air Pollution Detector
Wrist-Mounted Air Pollution Detector
Claire Jarvis | May 1, 2020
A novel sampler records data on a broad range of environmental contaminants.
Infographic: Fashionable Detector
Infographic: Fashionable Detector
Claire Jarvis | May 1, 2020
Researchers set out to make an air pollution detector study subjects would want to wear.
Locally Made COVID-19 Tests Help Meet Demands
Locally Made COVID-19 Tests Help Meet Demands
Claire Jarvis | Mar 25, 2020
Hospitals and commercial companies are testing thousands of patients for COVID-19 daily, but face reagent and supply shortages.
Journals, Peer Reviewers Cope with Surge in COVID-19 Publications
Journals, Peer Reviewers Cope with Surge in COVID-19 Publications
Claire Jarvis | Mar 17, 2020
Coronavirus experts are swamped with reading submissions, which they’re working through as quickly as possible.
Which Species Transmit COVID-19 to Humans? We’re Still Not Sure.
Which Species Transmit COVID-19 to Humans? We’re Still Not Sure.
Claire Jarvis | Mar 16, 2020
Preliminary modeling studies provide a shortlist of potential coronavirus intermediate host species.
Yellow Dye in Turmeric Linked with Lead Poisoning in Bangladesh
Yellow Dye in Turmeric Linked with Lead Poisoning in Bangladesh
Claire Jarvis | Dec 17, 2019
Scientists track the spice from the soil to the market to pinpoint the source of contamination in pregnant women’s blood.