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‘Nanopore-tal’ enables cells to talk to computers
Scientists discover fundamental feature of aggressive lymphomas
Moment to inject new momentum to peace efforts in Yemen
New study to test third Covid vaccine for people with weakened immune systems
Fossil study gets to root of Earth’s early plants
Bart Wallet appointed professor of Jewish Studies
Rise and fall of water blisters offers glimpse beneath Greenland’s thick ice sheet
Bristol to benefit from new ‘SafePod’ enabling scientists to access secure data on site
Cr Robyn Gulline: Take care, be kind and look out for others
Rare Cambrian fossils from Utah reveal unexpected anatomical complexity in early comb jellies
Vaccine for TB receives $1.5 million funding boost
First monoclonal antibody treatment for Covid approved for use in UK
AZD7442 PROVENT Phase III prophylaxis trial met primary endpoint in preventing Covid
UK-based consortium established to develop prototype solid-state batteries
Vaccines still effective against Delta variant of concern, says Oxford-led study of Covid Infections Survey
University of Canterbury remembers founding political scientist who wrote Pavlova Paradise
£91 million funding for low carbon auto tech including hydrogen engines and ultra-fast charging batteries
UNC HIV Cure Center Awarded $26.2 million over next 5 Years
Young Europeans want EU action to defend environment, free movement and democracy
Loss of Placental Hormone Linked to Brain and Social Behavior Changes
Giving hope: Housing our essential workers
Pandemic and digitalization set stage for revival of castoff idea
Dr Claire Feehily, David Stocker and Maria Adebowale-Schwarte reappointed as Trustees of National Heritage Memorial Fund
Research deepens understanding of rare vaccine-induced blood clotting condition
UK’s Chevening Scholarships awarded to 41 Malaysians
Researchers present first findings on blood clotting with low platelets after Covid vaccination
Hazard reduction burn for Garigal National Park
Geography, economic level affect adaptation to extreme heat
Keeping doctors and patients safe in NHS – project extension to further explore remediation
Interim statement on Covid vaccine booster doses
New research on preventing infant deaths due to neonatal sepsis
Satellite data of air pollutant best predictor of when to ease COVID lockdowns
New research lifts lid on cardiac microvascular dysfunction
More action can be taken now to relegate lockdowns to history
New light shed on treatment of rare cases of blood clotting in brain following Covid vaccination
Ruben Fair, accomplished engineering expert, to lead PPPL’S ITER Projects Team
University of Manchester at top of UK Research and Innovation funding table
Research finds gene targets of stress hormones in brain
Food or sex? Fruit flies give insight into decision-making
Search New study into Covid vaccine dose interval for pregnant women launches in Southampton
Sheffield’s engineering expertise has not faded – it is leading way
How to tackle hard-to-reach emissions
Nutritional value of foods static despite targets on calories, salt and sugar
Motor parts suppliers banned after illegitimately securing £176,000
Brain cortex may regulate need for sleep
New study into Covid vaccine dose interval for pregnant women
Sea levels influence eruptions on volcanic island
Apekshya Prasai receives 2021 Jeanne Guillemin Prize