Monthly Archives: September 2020

Second waving – and (not) drowning? A Finnish social scientist “reflects” by Liisa Lähteenmäki*

During the summer, the corona pandemic almost obeyed “the Trumpian wet dream” of disappearing in Finland – the entire country had only a few new cases and no further deaths occurred. In the fall, as universities, schools, play-schools and day-care … Continue reading

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Fieldwork in biology during the COVID-19 pandemic by Antoine Stier

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has a strong impact on our everyday life, forcing us to adapt both our personal and professional lives. Many academics now face the challenges of getting used to remote working, but many tasks remain impossible to … Continue reading

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