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COVID-19 update – 29 April 2020
Minister of Foreign Affairs continues to coordinate with international counterparts on COVID-19 29 April
Youth, Peace and Security
South Africa’s National Day
How to include human connection with nature in biodiversity goals
Global leaders unite to ensure everyone everywhere can access new vaccines, tests and treatments for COVID-19
UK leads way as nations endorse landmark pledge to make coronavirus vaccines and treatments available to all
Thousands more Britons to return to UK on new India charter flights
Aviation Relief for African Airlines Critical as COVID-19 Impacts Deepen
World’s most defiantly joyful song re-released by UNICEF
Researchers identify cells likely targeted by Covid-19 virus
Donald Kennedy, Stanford’s eighth president, dead at 88
Leading role for UOW in Antarctic science collaboration
UniSA researcher joins new $36m national program to preserve Antarctic
Monash University leads $36 million global collaboration to secure Antarctica’s future
Open-source ventilator designed by Cambridge team for use in low- and middle-income countries
EPFL joins giant radio telescope SKA for Swiss community
‘Pre-frailty’ from age 40 – what to look out for
Secretary Pompeo With Sebastian Gorka of America First with Sebastian Gorka
Why social distancing is a big challenge in many African countries
World Bank Group and IMF mobilize partners in fight against COVID-19 in Africa
Executive Director to join group of eminent figures advising on EU-Africa relations
One in five people globally could be at increased risk of severe COVID-19 disease through underlying health
COVID-19: FAO and African Union commit to safeguarding food security amid crisis
International project aims to help communities address effects of soil erosion
SKA Project Director’s Update – March 2020
Measuring Risk Among Clinicians Who Intubate Patients with COVID-19
Researcher projects surge of COVID-19 cases in urban Ohio over
Estuaries are warming at twice rate of oceans and atmosphere
South Africa’s National Integrated Cyberinfrastructure System joins Los Alamos’ Efficient Mission
Black rhinos eavesdrop on alarm calls of hitchhiking oxpeckers to avoid humans
Facilitating flights to bring Australians home
Q&A with epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws: how world is doing so far fighting COVID-19
COVID-19 Drives Sub-Saharan Africa Toward First Recession in
Climate Change Could Cause Sudden Biodiversity Losses Worldwide
Minister of Foreign Affairs continues to coordinate with international counterparts on COVID-19
Foreign Secretary’s statement on coronavirus
Tooth be told: Earless seals existed in ancient Australia
Fossil discoveries rewrite our history
Medicine students graduate early to help on COVID-19 frontline
Study offers new insight into impact of ancient migrations on European landscape
Middle East and Africa Airlines Revenue Losses Moun – Urgent Government Support Required
World food prices drop in March
Are smokers more likely to catch COVID-19?
UO law professor Michael Fakhri appointed to UN post
New Government partnership with airlines to fly back more tourists stranded abroad
Does antimalarial drug prevent COVID-19? Study seeks answers
Australian Forest products industries essential for food and medicine production and transport