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How are unemployed people supposed to retrain when the Tories cut training? | Polly Toynbee

5 days ago   |   The Guardian

A joblessness crisis is here. But despite its promises, the government is doing the bare minimum Build, build, build, promised the prime minister in the summer. But for that...
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Endangered animals threatened by pandemic as ecotourists stay home

5 days ago   |   New Scientist   |   2 articles

The ecotourism that funds many conservation programmes has largely stopped during the covid-19 pandemic, which could lead to losses of endangered animals
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Endangered animals threatened by pandemic as eco-tourists stay home

5 days ago   |   New Scientist   |   2 articles

The eco-tourism that funds many conservation programmes has largely stopped during the covid-19 pandemic, which could lead to losses of endangered animals
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UK's flagship new science funder delayed

9 days ago   |   Politico

LONDON - Boris Johnson will plow ahead with the U.K.'s new blue-skies research agency with or without its number one fan, his former chief adviser Dominic Cummings - but it...
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Boris Johnson under pressure as scientists back tight rules for Christmas

10 days ago   |   The Guardian

PM set to announce end to lockdown before trying to broker national agreement on family gatherings Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Boris Johnson...
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Bee population MAPPED: 20,000 bee species pinpointed in vital conservation bid

Bee population MAPPED: 20,000 bee species pinpointed in vital conservation bid

11 days ago   |   Daily Express

BEE are dying due to climate change, pesticide poisoning and plant loss. But scientists have now built the first bee species map in a vital first step towards conserving the...
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Balancing conservative and disruptive growth in the voter model

19 days ago   |   Harvard

Robert J. H. Ross and Walter Fontana. Submitted. “ Balancing conservative and disruptive growth in the voter model ”. article
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App allows city-dwellers to turn citizen scientists and track Australia's urban birds

20 days ago   |   The Guardian

Big City Birds app launched to help researchers better understand sulphur-crested cockatoo, ibis and brush-turkey There's a new reason to engage with some of Australia's most...
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COVID-19 report reveals massive hit to the North's health and economy

20 days ago   |   The NHSA

The North of England's economy has been hit harder than the rest of the country during the COVID-19 pandemic with inequalities between the North and the rest of the country...
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The Guardian view on Covid and the north-south divide: inequality kills | Editorial

20 days ago   |   The Guardian

Boris Johnson won a landslide promising to ‘level up' the UK. Yet the pandemic threatens to level down the country Inequality kills, and an unequal geography makes some places...
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Artificial intelligence solves 50-year-old science problem - 'It's a game...

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Astronomy: What planets are visible at night this December?

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Ashvini Melkote

Ashvini Melkote

Research TechnicianB.A., Neuroscience, Boston UniversityResearch Project: Sensory gain dysregulation and neuromodulation in learning and plasticity. Read more ...

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China readies hypersonic ‘sodramjet' engine ‘able to reach anywhere on Earth...

China readies hypersonic ‘sodramjet' engine ‘able to reach anywhere on Earth in two hours'

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NASA news: Hubble captures ‘monster black hole' 13 million light years away

NASA news: Hubble captures ‘monster black hole' 13 million light years away

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Archaeology news: Bodies exhumed of WW2 heroes who died fighting Nazi Germany

Archaeology news: Bodies exhumed of WW2 heroes who died fighting Nazi Germany

ARCHAEOLOGISTS are tracking down the skeletal remains of soldiers who died fighting the Nazi invasion of Poland in 1939. Read more ...

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Asteroid news: NASA announces 'potentially hazardous' 820ft space rock flyby this week

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Trump's chief science advisor said Americans have a 'social responsibility'...

Trump's chief science advisor said Americans have a 'social responsibility' to get vaccinated against the coronavirus

Summary List Placement Moncef Slaoui, the chief science advisor to President Donald Trump's Operation Warp Speed, said Americans have a "social responsibility" in taking the... Read more ...