Women’s Super League highlights: Manchester City thrash West Ham 4-0

Watch highlights as Manchester City thrash West Ham United 4-0 as goals from Caroline Weir, Georgia Stanway, Ellen White and Rose Lavelle help them to a fifth straight Women’s Super League win.MATCH REPORT: Manchester City 4-0 West Ham UnitedAvailable to UK users only.Continue Reading

Cádiz 2-4 Atlético Madrid: Luis Suarez double sends side 10 points clear in La Liga

Match ends, Cádiz 2, Atlético de Madrid 4.Second Half ends, Cádiz 2, Atlético de Madrid 4.Marcos Llorente (Atlético de Madrid) wins a free kick on the left wing.Foul by Salvi Sánchez (Cádiz).Offside, Atlético de Madrid. Felipe tries a through ball, but Ángel Correa is caught offside.Goal! Cádiz 2, Atlético de Madrid 4. Koke (Atlético de…Continue Reading

Poem: A Unified Theory of Love

Credit: NASA, JPL and Caltech Edited by Dava Sobel Should I walk the Planck length between my heart and yours, drown in the liquid abyss of space-time deep within my sea dreams that scope and chart macro geometries of love by star arc in night sky, heaven’s whirls of light and elemental fire would still…Continue Reading

Misconceptions about Wildfires Are Fueling the Problem

The 2020 wildfire season was the worst in California’s recorded history, with more than four million acres burned and almost 10,500 structures destroyed across the state. The fires were heavily covered by the news media, and some reports suggested California had suffered apocalyptic devastation and permanent loss. But the more complicated reality of fire’s long-term impact…Continue Reading

It’s Time to Consider Vaccine Mandates in High-Risk Settings

COVID-19 vaccines offer a way out of the pandemic. The data on them are extremely promising. At this point, both approved vaccines show high effectiveness in preventing disease, and strong safety profiles with very, very low risks. But vaccination rates are low. Although accurate information about the vaccines is available, not everyone knows where to…Continue Reading

Stories from a Past Pandemic

A recent Scientific American feature explores how the catastrophic 1918 influenza pandemic seemed to quickly slip from public discourse. The event killed more than 50 million people worldwide, yet it takes up comparatively little space in society’s “collective memory.” The article considers, by analogy, how the current COVID-19 pandemic might be remembered by future generations.…Continue Reading