Video and Infographic: Pandemic response has sent trust in science soaring after years of faltering

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Anthony Fauci puts on a mask. Credit: Kevin Dietsch/AP

The global pandemic has renewed trust in science.

Our annual research shows that appreciation for science and trust in scientists has increased significantly in 2020, compared to past years.

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The world is united in following science to solve our biggest challenges.

Global priorities include healthcare, followed by social issues, sustainability and the economy.

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To address these ongoing global challenges, we must inspire the next generation to pursue STEM.

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