Jonathan Dyer is The World’s Managing Editor. A key member of the leadership team, he guides long-term planning and editorial direction, along with editorial partnerships and collaborations. He also shares responsibility for day-to-day newsroom management and he is the editorial lead in our partnership with the BBC World Service.
Jonathan is also Editor of the weekly BBC World Service program, Boston Calling
, and he was part of the team that created and launched the weekday public radio program, The Takeaway
Scientists around the world are researching the potential of antibodies to fight the coronavirus pandemic. As part of our weekly discussion series taking your questions to the experts, The World's Jonathan Dyer moderated a conversation with epidemiologist Michael Mina of Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
To help curb the coronavirus pandemic, the world will need widely available treatments and vaccines. As part of our weekly series taking your question to the experts, The World's Jonathan Dyer moderated a discussion with Dr. Barry Bloom, former dean of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
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Our Geo Quiz today involves the conflict that broke out in 1879, involving Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, known as the War of the Pacific. This war that redrew the map of South America also goes by two other unlikely names.