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Do fences make good neighbours? When COVID’s around.

For those of you not schooled in Robert Frost’s poetry, the title of this post refers to his famous poem called Mending Wall. Of course, the point of Frost’s poem, with which I happen to usually agree completely, is that … Continue reading

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Looking at how diseases spread using world maps

Understanding diseases and how they spread is a hot topic these days, for obvious reasons.  Let’s take a look at the different ways in which diseases can spread and see if that helps.  In each case, before scientists understood both … Continue reading

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