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COVID-19 has damaged public trust in science. Here's how to repair it

The so-called 'infodemic' has eroded the credibility and funding of scientific research Image: Vlad Tchompalov on Unsplash

Karen Jacqueline Cloete

UNESCO-UNISA Africa Chair in Nanosciences & Nanotechnology Laboratories, University of South Africa (UNISA)

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The public need to have direct, meaningful and trusted relationships with scientists whose work has been scrutinized by peer review Image: Karen Cloete

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