Apr 30, 2020
Laura Conour, the University's attending veterinarian, describes her team’s unflagging care for campus laboratory animals under pandemic conditions and shares early research toward vaccines and treatments for COVID-19. Transcript:
Apr 27, 2020
President of the American Federation of Scientists Ali Nouri *06 discusses the scientific misinformation and disinformation that has hampered our pandemic response and how his organization is responding. Transcript:
Apr 23, 2020
This economic crisis is unlike any the nation has ever faced. Cecilia Rouse, economics professor and dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, examines the economic and societal vulnerabilities exposed by this pandemic and highlights areas demanding assertive government steps to protect...
Apr 20, 2020
For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Princeton’s Director of Sustainability Shana Weber notes an unexpected side effect to our pandemic response: the resurgence of nature. Humanity’s pause has allowed new soundscapes to be heard and has awoken for many a renewed appreciation for the value of nature. Transcript:
Apr 17, 2020
With over 45 years of healthcare experience, Bill Frist has thought long and deeply about pandemic readiness. He says we can expect these facts of nature every 10-15 years. Immediate and sustained investment in pandemic preparedness, however, can mitigate the enormous human and economic suffering we are experiencing...