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#53: Pandemic burnout; vaccines for the world; sustainable fuel

#53: Pandemic burnout; vaccines for the world; sustainable fuel

Update: 2021-02-053
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By now most of us have felt or are feeling the effects of pandemic burnout. From unexplained exhaustion to emotional detachment and general uneasiness, the team explains why the pandemic is causing these feelings and offers tips on how to combat the problem. They also explain why it's critical we have a coordinated global strategy for the rollout of the covid-19 vaccine, so that poorer countries are not left without enough jabs to protect their citizens. As a growing number of countries set net zero carbon targets, the team discusses renewed hype about hydrogen as a sustainable fuel source. They also share a breakthrough in touch-sensitive robots, and explore the surprisingly controversial history of the evolution of flowers. On the pod are Tiffany O’Callaghan, Graham Lawton, Caroline Williams, and Adam Vaughan. To read more about the stories, subscribe at newscientist.com/podcasts.

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#53: Pandemic burnout; vaccines for the world; sustainable fuel

#53: Pandemic burnout; vaccines for the world; sustainable fuel

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