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STAT Plus: Pharmalittle: AstraZeneca Covid-19 trial may resume in U.S. this week; Trump is using HHS to boost re-election bid

2 hours ago   |   STAT

Good morning, everyone, and how are you today? We are doing just fine, thank you, now that the Pharmalot campus has settled down. The short person is hunched over the laptop...
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With Prevalent Misogyny, Women Still Don't “Rule” Equally to Men

With Prevalent Misogyny, Women Still Don't “Rule” Equally to Men

16 hours ago   |   Social Science Space

Fifty years after Ruth Bader Ginsberg worked to secure constitutional equality for women, misogyny is still alive and well in the American political system. We only need to...
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Expert reaction to longitudinal cohort study on exposure to fine particulate matter and neurological disorders

1 day ago   |   Science Media Centre

Research, published in Lancet Planetary Health , looked at exposure to fine particulate matter and neurological disorders. Dr Sara Imarisio, Head of Research at Alzheimer's...
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Reduced fractional anisotropy in projection, association and commissural fibre networks in neonates with prenatal methamphetamine exposure

1 day ago   |   Harvard

Fleur L Warton, Paul A Taylor, Christopher MR Warton, Christopher D Molteno, Pia Wintermark, Lilla Zöllei, Andre J van, der Kouwe, Joseph L Jacobson, Sandra W Jacobson, and...
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STAT Plus: Pharmalittle: Why the FDA Covid-19 vaccine meeting matters; GAO to probe whether Trump aides meddled with FDA, CDC

1 day ago   |   STAT

Top of the morning to you, and a fine one it is. Despite gray skies and a bit of a drizzle, our spirits are sunny today. And why not? As the Morning Mayor taught us: Every day...
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‘At a breaking point': New surge of Covid-19 cases has states, hospitals scrambling, yet again

1 day ago   |   STAT

Here we go again. As hospitalizations for Covid-19 inch up around the country, some states are readying plans for field hospitals. Communities are delaying reopening plans and...
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Why this week's meeting of an FDA advisory panel on Covid-19 vaccines matters

1 day ago   |   STAT

For those closely watching the development of Covid-19 vaccines, Thursday is a crucial date. Nothing extraordinary is expected to happen when a committee of outside experts...
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The Nature of Matter

4 days ago   |   Harvard

Daniel Larson. 2007. The Nature of Matter. Infobase Publishing.
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Gray Matter: Racialized Heteronormativies in the World of Black-White Interracial Couples

5 days ago   |   Harvard

Marya T. Mtshali. In Preparation. “ Gray Matter: Racialized Heteronormativies in the World of Black-White Interracial Couples. ”.
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Gray Matter: Racialized Heteronormativies in the World of Black-White Interracial Couples. STUFF GOES HERE

5 days ago   |   Harvard

Marya T. Mtshali. In Preparation. “ Gray Matter: Racialized Heteronormativies in the World of Black-White Interracial Couples. STUFF GOES HERE ”.
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Meteor shower tonight: How to see the beautiful Orionid meteor shower?

Meteor shower tonight: How to see the beautiful Orionid meteor shower?

THE ORIONID meteor shower peaks tonight and that means stargazers are in for a treat. Find out how you can see the beautiful shower. Read more ...

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft lands on asteroid in bid to collect samples

NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft lands on asteroid in bid to collect samples

Artist's illustration of the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft touching down on asteroid Bennu. Credit: NASA/Goddard/CI Lab A robotic arm extended from NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft briefly... Read more ...

Archaeology news: Medieval graffiti ‘repelling evil spirits' discovered in...

Archaeology news: Medieval graffiti ‘repelling evil spirits' discovered in HS2 excavation

ARCHAEOLOGY experts have unearthed eerie signs in the remains of an ancient church in the south-east of England. Read more ...

Labour MP Brands Dan Wootton 'Dangerous Conspiracy Theorist' In Covid Herd...

Labour MP Brands Dan Wootton 'Dangerous Conspiracy Theorist' In Covid Herd Immunity Row

A Labour MP slammed Talk Radio host Dan Wootton as a “dangerous conspiracy theorist” during a row over the Welsh ‘firebreaker' lockdown. Chris Bryant, MP for Rhondda, appeared... Read more ...

Vaccine is 'unlikely' to wipe out threat of virus warns UK science chief

Vaccine is 'unlikely' to wipe out threat of virus warns UK science chief

Sir Patrick Vallance said that even with a vaccine Covid-19 will likely become endemic and pose a similar threat to seasonal flu. Read more ...

Asteroid news: NASA confirms space rock as big as St Paul's will pass Earth...

Asteroid news: NASA confirms space rock as big as St Paul's will pass Earth tomorrow

AN ASTEROID almost as tall as London's iconic St Paul's Cathedral will come swinging past our planet on Thursday, NASA's asteroid trackers have confirmed. Read more ...

Archaeology news: Child remains unearthed in Maya city shed light on 'sweat...

Archaeology news: Child remains unearthed in Maya city shed light on 'sweat bath' ritual

ARCHAEOLOGISTS in Guatemala have uncovered a treasure trove of Maya artefacts and human remains, shedding new light on the spiritual significance of "sweat bath" rituals Read more ...

NASA's declassified report 'withheld to protect public' exposed bizarre lost...

NASA's declassified report 'withheld to protect public' exposed bizarre lost Apollo tapes

NASA astronauts experienced a bizarre encounter during the Apollo programme, which led to a set of tapes being classified by the US space agency for decades. Read more ...

Can an apple extract a day keep the doctor away?

Can an apple extract a day keep the doctor away?

Apples are one of the UK's favourite fruits, with each of us eating on average 2 or 3 of them every week. Their appeal is celebrated annually on Apple Day, October 21st, and... Read more ...

Britain's coronavirus testing regime falls short of WHO standards, experts warn

Britain's coronavirus testing regime falls short of WHO standards, experts warn

Experts told the Commons Science Committee the 6.3% proportion of tests returning a positive result is above a threshold showing an outbreak is under control Read more ...