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Expert reaction to government's in-principle agreements for 60 million doses of the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine and 30 million doses of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, and to support clinical trials

1 hour ago   |   Science Media Centre

The UK government have announced* that they have made in-principle agreements to buy 60 million doses of Novavax COVID-19 vaccine and 30 million doses of the Janssen COVID-19...
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Expert reaction to further easing of some lockdown measures going ahead this weekend, having been postponed two weeks ago

1 hour ago   |   Science Media Centre

Further lockdown measures in the UK are being eased from Saturday, after the easing was paused two weeks ago due to too high case numbers. Prof Linda Bauld, Professor of Public...
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Penultimate piece of NASA's first SLS rocket arrives at Kennedy Space Center

Penultimate piece of NASA's first SLS rocket arrives at Kennedy Space Center

8 hours ago   |   Spaceflight Now

The Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter for the first Space Launch System test flight was offloaded from NASA's Pegasus barge July 30 and transferred into the Vehicle Assembly...
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Victoria reports 14 more coronavirus deaths, including man in his 20s

1 day ago   |   The Guardian   |   2 articles

Premier Daniel Andrews announces 372 new cases as chief health officer Brett Sutton says he is ‘confident' Covid-19 outbreak has peaked Follow today's Australian coronavirus...
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Do We Value Unfunded Research Properly?

Do We Value Unfunded Research Properly?

1 day ago   |   Social Science Space

Rather than the rigmarole of chasing grants or other funding, some academics opt for so-called ‘unfunded' research. Over a quarter of all research carried out in British...
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STAT Plus: Teladoc rival MDLive is preparing to go public next year

1 day ago   |   STAT

On the heels of Teladoc's landscape-shifting deal to buy Livongo , telemedicine rival MDLive is setting its sights on a public offering early next year, the company's chief...
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Expert reaction to study looking at breast screening women in their 40s and cancer deaths

2 days ago   |   Science Media Centre   |   2 articles

A study, published in the Lancet Oncology, looked at breast screening women in their 40s and cancer deaths. Dr Imogen Locke, Consultant Clinical Oncologist at The Royal Marsden...
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STAT Plus: 4 questions for neurology startups as venture investors pour millions into the field

2 days ago   |   STAT

As pharmaceutical companies stepped back from developing new drugs for neurological conditions, venture capitalists took a big step forward. Venture investors have poured more...
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STAT China: Big news at Simcere, and a breakthrough designation for Legend Biotech

3 days ago   |   STAT

A version of this digest first appeared in the weekly STAT China newsletter. To receive future editions, sign up here . Good day and thanks for joining us this week for STAT...
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Community engagement about genetic variation research

4 days ago   |   Harvard

2011. “ Community engagement about genetic variation research. .” Population Health Management, 15, 2, Pp. 78-89. Abstract The aim of this article is to describe the methods...
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ASBMR 2020 Annual Meeting- Virtual Event Sep 11-15, 2020

ASBMR 2020 Annual Meeting- Virtual Event Sep 11-15, 2020

September 11, 2020 ASBMR 2020 Annual Meeting-Virtual Event Online, United States ... Read more ...

Perseid meteor shower tonight: Can I still see the Perseids?

Perseid meteor shower tonight: Can I still see the Perseids?

THE Perseid meteor shower has been dazzling the night's sky over the past few nights as the shooting star display peaked. Can you see the meteor shower again tonight? Read more ...

Astronomers spy distant galaxy - and it looks 'surprisingly like our Milky Way'

Astronomers spy distant galaxy - and it looks 'surprisingly like our Milky Way'

ASTRONOMERS have spotted a distant galaxy and the space experts claim it looks 'surprisingly like our Milky Way'. Read more ...

Penultimate piece of NASA's first SLS rocket arrives at Kennedy Space Center

Penultimate piece of NASA's first SLS rocket arrives at Kennedy Space Center

The Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter for the first Space Launch System test flight was offloaded from NASA's Pegasus barge July 30 and transferred into the Vehicle Assembly... Read more ...

Iceland volcano warning: Iceland's most active volcano looks set to erupt...

Iceland volcano warning: Iceland's most active volcano looks set to erupt - study

ICELAND'S most active volcano is primed for another eruption, experts have warned. Read more ...

Migrants in the Profane: Critical Theory and the Question of Secularization

Migrants in the Profane: Critical Theory and the Question of Secularization

Peter E. Gordon. Forthcoming. Migrants in the Profane: Critical Theory and the Question of Secularization.. New Haven: Yale University Press. Abstract Read more ...

NASA news: Astronaut shows it's not all glitz and glamour in space

NASA news: Astronaut shows it's not all glitz and glamour in space

NOT everything in space is extraordinary - as is shown from a NASA image which reveals an astronaut undertaking a spot of housekeeping on board the International Space Station . Read more ...

5 Ways To Make Your Writing Assignments Better

5 Ways To Make Your Writing Assignments Better

University life comes with its share of challenges. One of these is writing longer assignments that require higher information, communication and critical thinking skills than... Read more ...

Hubble offers explanation for dramatic dimming of Betelgeuse

Hubble offers explanation for dramatic dimming of Betelgeuse

An artist's impression of an eruption on on the surface of the red supergiant Betelgeuse. As the hot, dense material moved away, it cooled and formed a vast dust cloud that... Read more ...

‘Dengue fever is coming!' Why Britain could become tropical disease breeding...

‘Dengue fever is coming!' Why Britain could become tropical disease breeding ground

DENGUE FEVER and a range of other deadly tropical diseases could make their way to the UK as climate change continues to cause unpredictable weather fronts around the world. Read more ...