“It might be said, what does the name matter? It’s only a label. But my response would be that identity is crucial to knowing. The name is also a gateway to a world of knowledge. “
“So, how did these graceful beasts fly?”
“We hope to create a diagnostic test that can quickly and effectively identify COVID-19 in individuals.” Professor Mirela Delibegovic
“At the end of the day if you are leading a country you make choices. You don’t follow the science , you make decisions based upon it .”
The researchers found that when hermit crabs were exposed to microplastics, they were less likely to later touch or enter high-quality shells.
The projects cover a range of research from new methods of testing to exploring wellbeing and the impact of social distancing.
“We are starting to see people who may be at risk of developing cancer fearing a COVID-19 diagnosis more than a cancer diagnosis.”
There are increasing concerns that people are not accessing the medical care they need due to the fear of infection during the Covid19 pandemic and the repurposing of NHS services.
The public have been asked to help in monitoring and recording butterflies as lockdown has restricted movement to the scientists who would have been out and about doing it.
‘The question is, “When did humans first domesticate wolves”?’
The Planetary Science Group based at the University of Aberdeen’s School of Geosciences has developed the device in response to worldwide efforts to produce more ventilators to treat Covid-19 patients.