Neel V. Patel
Neel V. Patel
I’m the space reporter for MIT Technology Review, and I also write The Airlock newsletter, your number one source for everything happening off this planet. Before joining, I worked as a freelance science and technology journalist, contributing stories to Popular Science, The Daily Beast, Slate, Wired, the Verge, and elsewhere. Prior to that, I was an associate editor for Inverse, where I grew and led the website’s space coverage.Source
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What's a coronavirus superspreader?

What's a coronavirus superspreader?

As we learn more about how the coronavirus spreads between people, there’s more evidence to suggest that most infections are transmitted by a select few individuals we call “superspreaders.” Here’s what a superspreader is, the role these people play in transmitting the virus, and what we’re trying to do about it. What is a superspreader? The word is a generic term for an unusually contagious individual who’s been infected with disease. In the context of the coronavirus, scientists haven’t narrowed down how many infections someone needs to cause to qualify as a superspreader, but...

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Satellite images show how coronavirus brought Wuhan to a standstill

Satellite images show how coronavirus brought Wuhan to a standstill

An overview of Wuhan taken on January 30, 2019, by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite.Copernicus Sentinel, January 30, 2019by An overview of Wuhan taken on January 30, 2019, by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite.Copernicus Sentinel, January 30, 2019SharePopularPopularFrom our advertisers

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