Special Report
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Amid the Terror of War, Efforts to Keep Science Alive in Ukraine
Ukrainian scientists and universities face extraordinary challenges as the Russian invasion continues.
ABOVE: Andrii Tarieiev
Amid the Terror of War, Efforts to Keep Science Alive in Ukraine
Amid the Terror of War, Efforts to Keep Science Alive in Ukraine

Ukrainian scientists and universities face extraordinary challenges as the Russian invasion continues.

Ukrainian scientists and universities face extraordinary challenges as the Russian invasion continues.

ABOVE: Andrii Tarieiev

Chernobyl

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Shane Campbell-Staton Dissects the Anthropocene
Lisa Winter | Sep 1, 2021
The Princeton University evolutionary biologist studies how animals are changing due to human activity.
Ionizing Radiation sign near Chernobyl nuclear power plant zone of alienation, Ukraine
New Chernobyl Initiative Aims to Boost Research on the Area
Stefan Weichert | Sep 1, 2021
Sergii Mirnyi, one of the people who helped clean up after the 1986 disaster, says he founded Chornobyl University to promote much-needed interdisciplinary research on the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
No Transgenerational Effects of Chernobyl Radiation Found
Abby Olena | Apr 22, 2021
The genomes of the children of people exposed to fallout from the Chernobyl nuclear accident appear to carry no trace of the incident.