Scientists are locked in an arms race to understand the ever-changing structure of proteins, argues a Nobel Prize winning structural biologist.
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Patients experiencing long COVID are receiving “inconsistent advice” on how to resume physical activities, according to a major study.
New research warns that screen use significantly increased among adults during the COVID-19 lockdowns and has continued at a high rate since, highlighting the need for Government guidance.
A new type of ultraviolet light can efficiently kill airborne microbes, such as those which cause COVID-19, a study has found after successful trials.
People are now routinely using their cars less and walking more since the first COVID-19 lockdown, according to new research.
Disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has left two-thirds of Leeds’ six-year-olds behind in their development, researchers say.
People travelling on the London Underground and similar rail systems were at a low risk of being exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19, according to computer simulations.
New research has revealed the profound impact of COVID-19 on the UK cultural sector’s organisations, workforce and audiences.
Dentists could significantly increase the number of patients they see during the pandemic by switching the drills they use, according to new research.
Leading researchers involved in studying how COVID-19 spreads in enclosed spaces have compiled ten tips to help school leaders decide whether to use air cleaning technologies in classrooms.