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Rise of termite clone queendoms offers clues to curb invasions
January 27, 2022

Rise of termite clone queendoms offers clues to curb invasions

Four years ago, entomologists at the University of Sydney discovered the existence of all-female, forest-dwelling drywood termite colonies in Japan. Now, they have determined how they evolved, and the implications of insect ‘girl power’ for established termite species (hint: they’re bad). Their new research shows all-female colonies of drywood termites...

Volunteers needed for human challenge trial to study immune response to Covid-19
January 27, 2022

Volunteers needed for human challenge trial to study immune response to Covid-19

Researchers at the University of Oxford are looking for volunteers to take part in a human challenge trial to look at what kind of immune response can stop people from becoming infected with the original strain of the virus. A human challenge trial in medical research is a carefully controlled...

Stress for couples on Universal Credit as living costs soar - new research
January 27, 2022

Stress for couples on Universal Credit as living costs soar - new research

Today’s report gives findings from the first independently-funded research to focus on couples on Universal Credit in particular, based on in-depth interviews with claimants over time. Social security should provide real security...[but] We found the assumptions behind Universal Credit often did not fit the realities of claimants' lives, especially for...

New research centre to develop next-generation battery technologies
January 27, 2022

New research centre to develop next-generation battery technologies

The WP-Cambridge Materials Innovation Centre (WP-CAMMIC) will be based at Cambridge’s Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy (DMSM), supported by £7.2 million from the WP Investment Company (WPIC), a South Korean investment group. Over the next five years, the funding will support the acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment, funding for PhD...

Are you a robot?
January 27, 2022

Are you a robot?

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Crypto collapse erases more than $1 trillion in wealth, forcing a reckoning for everyday investors
January 27, 2022

Crypto collapse erases more than $1 trillion in wealth, forcing a reckoning for everyday investors

We’ve seen it before,” said Burke, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Portal, a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency trading platform incorporated in Delaware. White House officials plan to release as soon as this month a memorandum that people familiar with the matter said would span numerous topics related to cryptocurrencies. The White...

UK government holds breath as it awaits ‘partygate’ report
January 27, 2022

UK government holds breath as it awaits ‘partygate’ report

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives back at 10 Downing Street in London, Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022. London police say they are investigating Downing Street lockdown parties in 2020 to determine if U.K. government officials violated coronavirus restrictions. Tuesday's announcement puts further pressure on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. (AP...

Management that values staff increases well-being at work
January 27, 2022

Management that values staff increases well-being at work

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