Natural Sciences - Mathematics

Life Sciences - Jan 13
The swirling currents occur when the rodlike structures that extend inward from the cells' membranes bend in tandem, like stalks of wheat caught in a strong breeze, according to a study from the University of Cambridge and the Flatiron Institute. The mechanism of the swirling instability is disarmingly simple, and the agreement between our calculations and experimental observations supports the idea that this is indeed the process at work in fruit fly egg cells Raymond Goldstein Egg cells are among the largest cells in the animal kingdom.
Physics - Dec 18, 2020

Researchers from the University of Glasgow's College of Science & Engineering are sharing in new funding for adventurous, high-risk research. Four projects from three Schools have received support from the 25.5m New Horizons fund, administered by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC).

Mathematics - Oct 7, 2020

A mathematician from Cardiff University has developed a new method for processing large volumes of COVID-19 tests which he believes could lead to significantly more tests being performed at once and results being returned much quicker.

Pedagogy - Nov 27, 2020

Tutoring programmes and storybooks can help improve children's attainment in maths, according to a new evidence review led by UCL researchers.

Health - Aug 20, 2020
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Closing schools and shielding the over 60s has less of an effect in reducing Covid-19 transmissions and death rates than reducing workplace interactions A 30% reduction in workplace interactions is forecasted to result in a 62% reduction in new in

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