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Published on 13:39 GMT
Wednesday, April 8, through Sunday, April 19 Family Museum, 2900 Learning Campus Drive, Bettendorf IA Presented in conjunction with scientists at the global bio-pharmaceutical company AbbVie, the interactive children’s exhibit Science + You enjoys a …Source: River Cities Reader
Published on 15:41 GMT
Imagine working on an experiment that was two years in the making, and then watching it all melt away just before you could finish it. That’s the situation that Emily Bristol, a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin’s Marine Science …Source: Salon
Published on 16:30 GMT
Lauren Tait still dreams of running out at the Commonwealth Games after injury denied her last time out. But now the Scotland netball international is juggling life on court with work on the football pitch too. Tait, 23, recently joined Newmains United as …Source: Daily Record
Published on 16:46 GMT
Across the country people are self-isolating and staying home to avoid spreading coronavirus – but that doesn’t mean they’re not busy, especially in some professions. Academics at the University of Warwick have been helping the battle against Covid-19 in a …Source: Coventry Telegraph
Published on 16:46 GMT
A scientist who advises the UK Government has warned the country’s coronavirus lockdown could last until June. The stark warning was issued by Professor Neil Ferguson of Imperial College in London. Speaking to the Sunday Times Mr Ferguson said: “We are …Source: Coventry Telegraph
Published on 22:52 GMT
Montreal, CanadaÂ – Dr Keith Pardee knows time is of the essence, as front-line healthcare workers are still scrambling to diagnose the novel coronavirus and contain its spread around the globe. “The lack of diagnostics has been a real problem leading …Source: Al Jazeera
Published on 23:27 GMT
Trump extends federal social distancing guidance for 30 days as scientists warn virus continues to s
By – Associated Press – Sunday, March 29, 2020 WASHINGTON (AP) – Trump extends federal social distancing guidance for 30 days as scientists warn virus continues to spread. Sign up for Daily Newsletters Copyright © 2020 The Washington Times, LLC. Click to …Source: Washington Times
Published on 21:50 GMT
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, March 29) — San Juan City Science High School will soon become a quarantine facility for patients suspected of and confirmed with COVID-19 who could no longer be accommodated by hospitals, Mayor Francis Zamora said Sunday. …Source: CNN Philippines
Published on 15:27 GMT
By Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor As we all try to figure out how to keep busy at home for days, weeks and months on end, there are, thankfully, lots of resources online. And you can add the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences to the list. The …Source: WRAL
Published on 14:40 GMT
Despite the United States’ struggles to test patients for the COVID-19 coronavirus, medical experts say the country will need an entirely different type of test to end statewide lockdowns and let people return to work. This article first appeared in Salon. …Source: Raw Story
Published on 15:29 GMT
By AFPA senior US scientist issued a cautious prediction Sunday that the novel coronavirus could claim 100,000 to 200,000 lives in the United States. Dr Anthony Fauci, who leads research into infectious diseases at the National Institutes of Health, told …Source: Monitor
Published on 19:38 GMT
Scientists based at Dundee University have joined the research teams battling to halt the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The virus has tragically resulted in the death of more than 1,000 people around the UK. Now scientists based at Dundee and Glasgow …Source: Evening Telegraph
Published on 16:25 GMT
GUWAHATI: In a major technological breakthrough research by Indian scientists, a research team comprising of experts from the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong and Adamas University, Kolkata has expedited works to plug gaps in COVID-19 testing …Source: The Times of India
Published on 16:35 GMT
GUWAHATI: In a major technological breakthrough research by Indian scientists, a research team comprising of experts from the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Shillong and Adamas University, Kolkata has expedited works to plug gaps in Covid-19 testing …Source: The Times of India
Published on 13:27 GMT
The scientist whose predictions about coronavirus prompted a nationwide lockdown has teamed up with gamers to launch a simulation mapping the potential spread of the pandemic. Professor Neil Ferguson, a top data modeller at Imperial College London, is …Source: City A.M.
Published on 13:23 GMT
Rabat – Scientists have discovered three new species of flying reptiles that lived in the Moroccan Sahara 100 million years ago, the Guardian reported. A paleontologist at the University of Portsmouth, David Martill, along with a team of researchers from …Source: Morocco World News
Published on 13:19 GMT
Despite the United States’ struggles to test patients for the COVID-19 coronavirus, medical experts say the country will need an entirely different type of test to end statewide lockdowns and let people return to work. Though the US has ramped up …Source: Salon
Published on 21:16 GMT
Laboratory studies have also suggested potential benefits from gargling, though a major limitation of these test-tube studies is that what works in the lab may not translate to health benefits for patients. A recent German lab study sponsored by a …Source: International Herald Tribune
Published on 22:53 GMT
US deaths from coronavirus could reach 200,000 with millions of cases, the government’s top infectious disease expert warned on Sunday as New York, New Orleans, and other major cities said they would soon run out of crucial medical supplies. Anthony …Source: Al Jazeera—–For the latest trends in science, technology, medicine, health, the environment, and artificial intelligence, pleae check the blog sidebars and links. These news feeds are updated daily. Thanks for joining us today.—–Until next time,Russ Robertshttps://hawaiisciencedigest.net (the daily update).https://hawaiisciencedaily.com (breaking science and technology news)