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Predicting flu season: Photo of people wearing face masks
December 20, 2013
Techniques used in weather and climate forecasting are helping to predict peak flu outbreaks.
Goolge and flu-Person getting the influenza vaccine via injection
November 30, 2012
What if we could use the data from fevered searches for flu information on the Web, plus humidity observations, to help predict the course of an outbreak? If new research lives up to its promise, we’ll soon be able to do just that.
Forecasting the flu - People wearing face masks
November 27, 2012
By predicting the timing and severity of flu outbreaks, the new system can eventually help society better prepare for them.
Illustration comparing total global water to much tinier total freshwater
August 13, 2012
Until supplies approach a trickle—or a torrent—public attention seldom focuses on water issues. But water is consistently Topic A for a wide-ranging group of researchers.

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