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Health - Pharmacology - 15.02.2021
UofG announces research collaboration with Lilly to discover potential new drug targets
The University of Glasgow has entered into a research collaboration with pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and Company, that aims to discover and validate the next generation of drug targets for immunological diseases.

Environment - Economics / Business - 15.02.2021

Health - Social Sciences - 15.02.2021
'Amazing progress' in childhood cancer treatment
’Amazing progress’ in childhood cancer treatment
The childhood cancer survival rate in Yorkshire is among the best in the world, with 86 out of every 100 children diagnosed with the disease before their 15th birthday living for at least five years. Twenty years ago, the comparable figure was 73 out of 100 children. That means for every 100 children, 13 are now surviving who would not have done so two decades ago.

Health - Social Sciences - 15.02.2021
Analysis: Is asymptomatic transmission in young people driving the latest Covid-19 wave?
If asymptomatic transmission in young people is playing a key role, that means preventing infections in younger groups gathering in schools is just as essential as preventing cases among older people, write Dr Irene Petersen (UCL Epidemiology & Health) and colleagues.

Health - Social Sciences - 15.02.2021
Is asymptomatic transmission in young people driving the latest Covid-19 wave?
If asymptomatic transmission in young people is playing a key role, that means preventing infections in younger groups gathering in schools is just as essential as preventing cases among older people, write Dr Irene Petersen (UCL Epidemiology & Health) and colleagues.

Physics - Electroengineering - 15.02.2021
Graphene
Graphene "nano-origami" creates tiniest microchips yet
The tiniest microchips yet can be made from graphene and other 2D-materials, using a form of ‘nano-origami', physicists at the University of Sussex have found.

Health - 12.02.2021
Young people more worried about Brexit than Covid-19
Two fifths (42%) of adults aged 18-29 report being stressed about Brexit, more than the proportion who are worried about catching Covid-19 (32%) or becoming seriously ill from the disease (22%), find UCL researchers as part of the Covid-19 Social Study.

Life Sciences - Health - 12.02.2021

Art and Design - Event - 12.02.2021

Social Sciences - 12.02.2021

Social Sciences - Career - 11.02.2021
'Left behind' adolescent women must be prioritised within sustainable development agenda - report
’Left behind’ adolescent women must be prioritised within sustainable development agenda - report
The needs of millions of overlooked, 'left behind' adolescent women must become a more significant priority within international efforts to end poverty by 2030, a UK Government-commissioned report is urging.

Chemistry - 11.02.2021
Turntable-like catalytic reactor that promises more sustainable chemical manufacturing wins funding
Spinning Disc Mesh Reactor developed by Bath chemical engineers could make pharmaceuticals production safer and more sustainable Last updated on Thursday 11 February 2021 A new catalytic reactor that

Health - Pharmacology - 11.02.2021
Opinion: Poor support for self-isolation undermines the UK’s Covid vaccination effort
The more that Covid-19 is allowed to replicate in the community, the greater the risk of mutations that escape the vaccines, argues Professor Anthony Costello (UCL Institute for Global Health).

Environment - Career - 11.02.2021

Agronomy / Food Science - 10.02.2021
Why plant diversity is so important for bee diversity
Why plant diversity is so important for bee diversity
As abundant and widespread bees, it is common to see both bumble bees and honey bees foraging on the same flower species during the summer, whether in Britain or many other countries.

Health - Pharmacology - 10.02.2021
Drug trial that could improve respiratory recovery from COVID-19 now underway
A clinical trial has commenced this week to test whether a drug called Almitrine can help people who are seriously ill with COVID-19 to recover from the disease.

Transport - Economics / Business - 10.02.2021

Health - Pharmacology - 09.02.2021
Common asthma treatment reduces need for hospitalisation in COVID-19 patients
A team of medical research and statistical modelling experts at Oxford University and the Alan Turing Institute have conducted a joint analysis to assess the impact of the NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app.  The research suggests the app stopped between 200,000 and 900,000 infections between 1st October and 31st December 2020, when 1.9 million people were infected with coronavirus in England and Wales.

Campus - Social Sciences - 09.02.2021

Environment - Life Sciences - 09.02.2021
Man-made borders threaten wildlife as climate changes
Man-made borders threaten wildlife as climate changes
Man-made borders like the USA-Mexico border wall could make it difficult for almost 700 mammal species to adapt to climate change.

Health - 09.02.2021
Christos Vasilakis gives boost to NHS Bristol Mass Vaccination Centre  
Data collection and computer simulation help NHS managers improve the efficiency of Covid-19 vaccination process and prevent avoidable disruption.

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 08.02.2021
Feeding Leeds: A fair and self-sustaining food system for the city
Feeding Leeds: A fair and self-sustaining food system for the city
A bold vision for feeding the population of Leeds would transform the city into a far more food secure, fair and sustainable place to live.

Health - Criminology / Forensics - 05.02.2021
Seven Questions with... Mariam Elgabry
This week we meet Mariam Elgabry, a final-year PhD researcher who has led an award winning technology for early detection systems in drug testing at AstraZeneca and worked as a Sergeant at the London Metropolitan Police.

Health - 04.02.2021
Clients of female sex workers should be targeted for HIV prevention and treatment in South Africa
The unmet HIV prevention and treatment needs of female sex workers and especially their male clients could contribute substantially to ongoing HIV transmission in South Africa, according to a new study led by University of Bristol researchers.

Career - 04.02.2021
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