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15 current and former heads of state call for clean energy in fragile states

David Cameron, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and Donald Kaberuka – co-chairs of the Council on State Fragility – spearhead Call to Action with the g7+ Group of conflict-affected states.

Support for COVID-19 policy response and willingness to get vaccinated high, according to new...

Support among Australians for the policy response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and willingness to get vaccinated is high, according to new University of Melbourne research.

Digital tool to dial back COVID-19 anxiety, depression and alcohol use

With more than a third of Australians now drinking alcohol daily, compared to 6 per cent pre-COVID-19, researchers are developing a digital tool to help communities manage the ongoing impacts of COVID-19.

Hotter, drier, CRISPR: editing for climate change

Gene editing technology will play a vital role in climate-proofing future crops to protect global food supplies, according to scientists at The University of Queensland.

3 Questions: Task Force 2021 and the future of MIT education

Anantha Chandrakasan and Melissa Nobles describe themes that emerged from broad discussions on teaching and learning in the post-Covid world.

Zebra finches choose nest materials based on past experience, new research shows

When building a nest, previous experience raising chicks will influence the choices birds make, according to a new study by University of Alberta scientists.

More than 87,000 scientific papers on coronavirus since pandemic

Scientists from around the world have published more than 87,000 papers about coronavirus between the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and October 2020, a new analysis shows.

Discovery of a new drug for diabetic retinopathy

A potentially effective treatment for diabetic retinopathy, a disease that swells and scars the retina, has been developed by an Université de Montréal scientist and...

Understanding cellular clock synchronization

Thanks to a unique imaging instrument, scientists at UNIGE are revealing that cellular clocks in a given organ can be synchronized without the intervention of external signals.

The green city of the future

The Netherlands is urbanising. It is becoming increasingly important for city-dwellers to live happily and healthily. Simultaneously, we must preserve nature and adapt to climate change.
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