Governments need to be careful about the messaging around compulsory mask wearing to ensure the policy is fully effective, say researchers.
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Following in a long line of eminent scientists and engineers, Professor Cath Noakes will stand in the Royal Institution’s iconic auditorium and explain the big ideas reshaping society.
Children growing up in the North of England face greater poverty and are more likely to die before reaching their first birthday than children in other parts of England, according to a new report.
A new interactive graphic developed by UK researchers and published by The BMJ will help people decide what to do in everyday situations to protect themselves, and others, from COVID-19.
Key data showing how people adhered to the UK government’s COVID-19 laws preventing household mixing in England have been analysed for the first time.
A study has been launched into the feasibility of using air cleaners to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in 30 primary schools in Bradford.
A simple form of talking therapy reduced loneliness in older people left isolated during the pandemic, initial results of a new study have revealed.
An academic who has led research into the way the virus responsible for COVID-19 spreads in buildings and enclosed spaces has been honoured by the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Learning new ways to manage stress can naturally lead to a healthier lifestyle and greater wellbeing, new research suggests.
A simple electrical fan is the key component of a low-cost, easy-to-use breathing-support device designed to cope with the surge in COVID-19 cases in low to middle income countries.