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Published on 11:46 GMT
NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – There has been increase in the number of international scientific publications by Kazakhstani scientists, Kazinform has learnt from the Science Committee of the Education and Science Ministry of Kazakhstan. According to the Science …Source: Kazinform – GOV’T PROPAGANDA
Published on 13:30 GMT
Accessing and reading scientific articles is no easy task. A lot of us are even more acutely aware of the fact now that many of us are reading scientific papers for the first time in an attempt to make sense of the coronavirus pandemic. An article on The …Source: Daily Star – NEUTRAL
Published on 09:57 GMT
By Paul VoosenSep. 17, 2020 , 2:00 PM In 1991, scientists lowered large subwoofers into the water at Heard Island, a snowcapped volcanic island in the Indian Ocean. The speakers emitted low-frequency sounds that, like whale song, rumbled across entire …Source: Google News – UNCATEGORIZED
Published on 12:16 GMT
Lack of sleep makes following day more stressful, scientists confirm. Lack of sleep makes following day more stressful, scientists confirm. Photo: Boy_Anupong/Getty Images Photo: Boy_Anupong/Getty Images Lack of sleep makes following day more …Source: Houston Chronicle – Texas – NEUTRAL
Published on 12:09 GMT
Ben Jones recently returned to the tundra site of a plane crash that in May took the life of the pilot and left Jones bloodied and broken. Jones is a do-it-all scientist with the Institute of Northern Engineering at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He …Source: Bristol Bay Times – Alaska – NEUTRAL
Published on 11:34 GMT
Published September 18, 2020 by Tamsin Hackett Head of Zeus children’s imprint Zephyr will publish Extinct, a new eight-book series from TV scientist and author Professor Ben Garrod. Head of Zeus children’s imprint Zephyr will publish Extinct, a …Source: The Bookseller – NEUTRAL
Published on 10:04 GMT
Sept 18 (Reuters) – Scientists have worked for years to reduce methane emissions from cattle burps by changing what cattle eat, or through research on vaccines, genetic modification of cattle and even forehead-mounted masks and backpacks to trap vapors. …Source: Reuters – NEUTRAL
Published on 07:26 GMT
Guidance about novel coronavirus testing posted last month on the website of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was not written by the agency’s scientists and was posted over their objections, the New York Times reported citing …Source: New Telegraph – NEUTRAL
Published on 07:08 GMT
UK coronavirus LIVE: Two-week lockdown ‘proposed by top scientists’ as Lancashire ‘set to be next area’ put under local …
NHS Test and Trace chief ‘very confident’ the Government will hit testing target Baroness Harding earlier told MPs that she was “very confident” the Government would reach its target of carrying out 500,000 tests a day. Appearing before …Source: Evening Standard – UNCATEGORIZED
Published on 07:00 GMT
The guidance said it was not necessary to test people without symptoms of COVID-19 even if they had been exposed to the virus. It came at a time when public health experts were pushing for more testing rather than less, and administration officials told …Source: BD News 24 – NEUTRAL
Published on 04:04 GMT
NEW YORK: Guidance about novel coronavirus testing posted last month on the website of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was not written by the agency’s scientists and was posted over their objections, the New York Times reported …Source: Channel News Asia – PUBLIC BROADCASTER
Published on 07:56 GMT
The UK Government’s core scientific advisory body is recommending a two-week national lockdown in October to slow the spread of coronavirus. The Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) and the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling ( …Source: Wales Online – NEUTRAL
Published on 12:55 GMT
Humanity has identified thousands of exoplanets, so you’d think we’ve got a pretty good handle on where to look for them. And yet, the universe keeps surprising us. A new study led by Andrew Vanderburg of the University of Wisconsin-Madison reveals a …Source: ExtremeTech – NEUTRAL
Published on 08:03 GMT
The Government’s scientific advisers want a two-week national lockdown in England in October in a desperate bid to curb the spread of coronavirus, it is reported. There are reports a short period of national rules – described as a “circuit break…Source: Daily Mirror – LEFT-WING
Published on 09:35 GMT
The pound reached a six-month high against the dollar. Photo: GettyMore The pound (GBPUSD=X) had a turbulent start on Friday morning after leading scientists from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) and the Scientific Pandemic Influenza …Source: Video Games UK & Ireland Yahoo – UNCATEGORIZED
Published on 12:14 GMT
Issued on: 18/09/2020 – 10:14Modified: 18/09/2020 – 10:16 Tyson the alpaca could hold the key to developing a process to block the coronavirus. FRANCE 24’s Catherine Norris-Trent and James André report from the prestigious Karolinska …Source: France 24 – PUBLIC BROADCASTER
Published on 12:34 GMT
Beaming lights into the brain can recreate the feeling of ketamine, and scientists have already done it
Researchers from Stanford University were able to induce a state similar to ketamine by making certain brain cells activate in a particular rhythm. They managed to achieve the state in mice, and one human being. “There was a rhythm that appeared, and …Source: The Independent – UNCATEGORIZED
Published on 09:13 GMT
A leading scientist has today warned that Covid testing ‘is dying on its a**e’, as he said he was ‘appalled by what I saw’ at the Government’s testing labs. Concerns have been raised about the Government’s seven ‘Lighthouse …Source: Daily Mail – RIGHT-WING
Published on 07:34 GMT
Life Science Software Market | Insights on the Crisis and the Roadmap to Recovery from COVID-19 Pandemic | Technavio
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 18, 2020– The global life science software market is expected to register an incremental growth of USD 2.55 billion, witnessing a CAGR of over 7% during 2020-2024, according to the latest market research analysis by Technavio. …Source: Odessa American – Texas – NEUTRAL—
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