Covid: ‘No proof’ virus ranges lowering in England

Covid: ‘No proof’ virus ranges lowering in England

Publishedduration16 hours agoScientists tracking the spread of coronavirus in England say infection levels in the community may have risen at the start of the latest lockdown.Infections in 6-15 January were up by 50% on early December, with one in 63 people infected, Imperial College London’s initial findings suggest.Swab tests from 143,000 people indicate 1.58% had… . . .

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When Did Humans Figure Out How to Run the World

ByM.A., Anthropology, University of Iowa B.Ed., Illinois State University K. Kris Hirst is an archaeologist with 30 years of field experience. Her work has appeared in scholarly publications such as Archaeology Online and Science.K. Kris HirstUpdated August 31, 2019Most of the history of the ancient world has been collected by archaeologists, built, in part, by… . . .

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£23m make stronger fund for struggling fishing companies

£23m make stronger fund for struggling fishing companies

Publishedduration35 minutes agoThe government has unveiled details of a £23m fund to support fishing firms as it tries to quell industry anger over Brexit border delays. The money will help firms whose exports to the EU have fallen sharply since rules changed on 1 January.Fishing firms say extra paperwork has made it difficult to deliver… . . .

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Covid-19: Four million in UK accumulate their first vaccine

Covid-19: Four million in UK accumulate their first vaccine

Publishedduration4 hours agomedia captionHealth Secretary Matt Hancock: “Don’t blow it now, we’re on the route out”More than four million people in the UK have received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, according to government figures.People in their 70s and the clinically extremely vulnerable in England are now among those being offered the vaccine.However, Health… . . .

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Astrophysics Division Technology | Science Mission Directorate

The science missions of the Astrophysics Division are enabled by technologies developed through the Division’s technology development programs. The Division receives periodic input from various advisory groups, and the Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey, to plan future science missions and identify the necessary technology development to enable those missions.There are four Program elements within the… . . .

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Russia Navalny: Poisoned opposition chief flying dwelling

Russia Navalny: Poisoned opposition chief flying dwelling

Publishedduration1 hour agomedia captionAlexei Navalny was filmed saying goodbye to his wife and then being led away by authorities in MoscowPutin critic Alexei Navalny has been detained after flying back to Moscow, five months after he was nearly killed by a nerve agent attack.The activist, 44, was led away by police at passport control at… . . .

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