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1. Viktig?Torsdag 09. juli 2020 kl. 19:00
Covid-19 news: UK has opted out of EU coronavirus vaccine programme
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in the period between 8 and 21 June. But ONS modelling suggests the overall downward trend in estimated infections in communities in England has been levelling off in r
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2. Viktig?Torsdag 09. juli 2020 kl. 19:00
Covid-19 news: UK government missed coronavirus testing target
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5 July, down from 51,000 in the period between 8 and 21 June. But ONS modelling suggests the overall downward trend in estimated infections in communities in England ha
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3. Viktig?Onsdag 08. juli 2020 kl. 21:00
Rats will help others in distress, but they can be influenced not to
The “bystander effect” can influence humansand now it seems rats as wellnot to step in to help another, but only if the bystanders are emotionally uninterested in what is happening
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der effect has been studied in humans for 50 years. That it also exists in rats suggests it has deep evolutionary roots. However, the bystander effect doesn’t mean what
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4. Viktig?Onsdag 08. juli 2020 kl. 19:30
Covid-19 news: UK could eliminate coronavirus entirely, say scientists
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d 7 per cent of care home staff have had coronavirus since the start of the pandemic. The estimates are based on a survey of more than 5000 care homes in England by the
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5. Viktig?Tirsdag 07. juli 2020 kl. 19:00
Risk of airborne coronavirus spread being underplayed, say researchers
Over 200 scientists have signed a letter calling for the world to recognise the potential for the coronavirus to be transmitted through small airborne droplets, and to take steps to protect against them
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tion WHO to acknowledge the possibility of this type of airborne spread and suggests precautions against it. Advertisement Morawska and others have made similar calls i
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6. Viktig?Tirsdag 07. juli 2020 kl. 19:00
Covid-19 news: Everyone should wear face coverings, says Royal Society
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firmed case. The same analysis suggests that an estimated 7 per cent of care home staff have had coronavirus since the start of the pandemic. The estimates are based on
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7. Viktig?Tirsdag 07. juli 2020 kl. 18:08
Why hasn't the UK seen a second wave of the coronavirus?
Scientists have repeatedly warned of a second surge of covid-19 infections as restrictions ease in the UK, but it hasn’t happenedwere they wrong or is it still to come?
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hat just 1 to 10 per cent of people have antibodies to the virus, which suggests a previous infection. “It doesn’t seem anything like enough of us have been exposed,” s
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8. Viktig?Tirsdag 07. juli 2020 kl. 02:01
Mysterious Stone Age flint artefacts may be crude sculptures of humans
Hundreds of distinctive flint objects from a Stone Age village in Jordan seem to have been a form of symbolic communicationperhaps even figurines of people
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ed as tools, as they show no signs of wear from use. This suggests they were decorative or symbolic, says Ibáñez. When a team member first proposed that the artefacts
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9. Viktig?Mandag 06. juli 2020 kl. 22:00
Ultrasound tweezers could help remove kidney stones without surgery
Sound waves can be shaped into tweezers that can drag small objects around inside the body and potentially remove kidney stones
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st its chances of moving along naturally. The first test of this, in 15 people, suggests that smaller stones can usually be made to move a little using this approach, h
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10. Viktig?Fredag 03. juli 2020 kl. 15:48
A sugary diet changes gut bacteria and worsens brain function in rats
Rats fed a sugar syrup early in life develop an unusual gut microbiome that seems to worsen the rodents’ memories by changing the way their brains work
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can shape the billions of bacteria that live in your gut. Now, research in rats suggests the gut bacteria may, in turn, affect brain function by changing the way genes
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11. Viktig?Onsdag 01. juli 2020 kl. 19:00
Covid-19 news: App identified Leicester as a virus hotspot weeks ago
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England data. The latest data from the app, collected between 14 and 24 June, suggests the highest rates of new coronavirus cases in the UK are in The Midlands. The ap
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12. Viktig?Onsdag 01. juli 2020 kl. 19:00
Covid-19 news: UK’s local coronavirus hotspots revealed
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l be. Evidence so far suggests the virus jumped from bats into humans, possibly through an intermediate animal. Australia is reimposing coronavirus restrictions in 10
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13. Viktig?Onsdag 01. juli 2020 kl. 18:00
Satellites reveal a 49 per cent increase in tree felling in Europe
Between 2016 and 2018, there was a sharp rise in the area of forest felled in countries across Europe, perhaps to feed demand for wood-based products
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ys. If the harvesting continues at similar rates, the team suggests that in order to reach climate neutrality by 2050, additional emissions reductions in other areas wo
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14. Viktig?Onsdag 01. juli 2020 kl. 12:41
Money-laundering drug cartels are driving deforestation in Guatemala
The practice of narco-ranching, in which drug traffickers launder money through cattle ranches, seems to be responsible for swathes of deforestation in Guatemala, according to an analysis of aerial images
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in Mexico for money that can’t be traced to drug activity. A new analysis suggests this method may be responsible for up to 87 per cent of deforestation in a nature res
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15. Viktig?Tirsdag 30. juni 2020 kl. 19:00
Covid-19 news: UK deaths fall below five-year average
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the focus of their investigation will be. Evidence so far suggests the virus jumped from bats into humans, possibly through an intermediate animal. Australia is reimpo
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17. Viktig?Mandag 29. juni 2020 kl. 19:00
Covid-19 news: Leicester faces prolonged lockdown after local outbreak
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result of the pandemic. Of the 82 countries that have responded so far, almost three-quarters report that dental and rehabilitation services have been disrupted, while
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18. Viktig?Mandag 29. juni 2020 kl. 13:01
Delaying IVF by three months doesn't seem to affect success rates
The coronavirus outbreak has put fertility treatments on hold for many, but an analysis of pre-pandemic data suggests a short delay won't affect eventual success rates
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rtility treatments on hold for many, but an analysis of pre-pandemic data suggests a short delay won't affect eventual success rates
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19. Viktig?Fredag 26. juni 2020 kl. 21:00
Managers who think gender bias isn’t a problem make it worse
A study of managers in veterinary medicinewhere over half the workforce is femalefinds that women are seen as less competent and worthy of lower salary compared with men with identical performance reviews
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ce appears to be perpetuated by people who don’t think it exists. The finding suggests that simply hiring more women won’t solve gender discrimination in the workplace.
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20. Viktig?Torsdag 25. juni 2020 kl. 20:10
Sled dogs are an ancient breed going back at least 10,000 years
A 9500-year-old dog discovered on a remote island off Siberia is remarkably similar to living sled dogs in Greenland, suggesting that people have been breeding these working animals for millennia
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wolves in Greenland and of hybrids being born. This suggests that hybrids have undesirable characteristics and aren’t kept or allowed to mate with sled dogs, Sinding sa
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