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Episode: 244: What scientists continue to learn about the novel coronavirus

Researchers are increasing their knowledge about COVID-19 and how to fight it.

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What scientists continue to learn about the novel coronavirus

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Episode 244: University of Arizona evolutionary biologist Michael Worobey

University of Arizona evolutionary biologist Michael Worobey summarizes what’s known about the coronavirus so far, and considers possible mutations that could impact how we live with COVID-19 in the future.

Michael Worobey spoke with Tim Swindle, director of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona.

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