The Virus Hunters: Finding animal diseases before they infect humans

Researchers wearing all-white protective gear pose on a green hillside in Sierra Leone.

More than 60 percent human viruses originally come from animals.

For the past decade, these researchers around the globe have been working to identify risky viruses before they infect humans.

The team found a new Ebola virus in bats in Sierra Leone, and has worked with various communities to reduce exposure.

The psychology behind the #ToiletPaperApocalypse

A roll of toilet paper hangs on the bathroom holder.

By Kacee Johnson If you’ve visited the grocery store in the past week, you’ve probably seen people flocking to the toilet paper aisle. Toilet paper is flying off the shelves as people prepare for the worst of Coronavirus (COVID-19). “Walmart looked like it was ransacked,” said Miranda Ossio-Marin, a student at the University of Nevada, […]