Lessons Learnt from Doing Research Amid a Humanitarian Crisis
June 26, 2019
(Nature) – Although most scientists face pressures and stress in their working lives, those whose work takes place in an evolving humanitarian emergency must cope with even greater responsibility and pressure. Nature speaks to three researchers about how their work has had a direct effect on saving people’s lives, and how science is done during a crisis. Their experiences and the scope of their research are diverse, but the researchers are united by the shared goal of using science to make an impact on the world and ultimately save lives.