Governments can align their policies to tackle both climate change and post-pandemic recovery.
Zoom shares tumbled with the announcement of a vaccine - but reactive markets don't reflect people's desire to keep working from home
It turns out, if your crisps are sufficiently 'niche' and sophisticated, even they can be classed as a meal.
The vaccines that will first be used to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will have gone through a special approval process with the FDA. but just what is this expedited process?
The side effects of new SARS-CoV-2 vaccines are a result of immune system activation. While uncomfortable, they are both normal and expected. They are a sign that the vaccine is working.
Combating social media disinformation regarding vaccines is critical to reversing the growth in vaccine hesitancy around the world.
'Sensible' public figures have far less influence on our behaviour than it seems
Women felt more worn out by restrictions – while men complained of boredom
Australia is still aiming to start vaccinating high-risk groups from March. Why the delay?
As the pandemic wears on, some people struggle to keep adhering to restrictions and social distancing guidelines. There are psychological reasons for caution fatigue, and ways to overcome it.
Three infection prevention and control experts break down Victoria's new hotel quarantine system.
It reveals in alarming detail how gas emissions are cancelling out the gains won by Australia's renewables boom, and uncovers misleading claims underpinning our gas-led economic recovery.
Logistics is the unsung hero in vaccination. But here's why it's critical.
US monuments and memorials have overlooked frontline workers and people of color affected by past epidemics. Will we repeat history?
The answer could be found in death rates among the elderly.
Just because two events last a month does not mean they both last the same amount of time.
It may be many months before COVID control measures can be eased.
This is what it's like fighting COVID-19 the second time around.
Virtual tourism may help travel agents survive, but not so much local businesses in tourism destinations.
The International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO) will build bridges between policy and research, accelerating the UK’s recovery from the crisis.