covid-19 lockdown

  • COVID Booster: Blood clot mechanism and best lockdown pet

    Five things we learned about COVID-19 this week.

    Mechanism for rare AstraZeneca blood clots A paper in Nature has proposed a mechanism for how the AstraZeneca vacc...

    COVID July 10, 2021
  • COVID Booster: Ethics of incentives and kid-safe vaccines

    Five things we learned about COVID-19 this week.

    China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine safe for kids Phase 1/2 clinical trials of China’s CoronaVac vaccine found that t...

    COVID July 3, 2021
  • COVID Booster

    Five things we learned about COVID-19 this week.

    The vaccine should be free in India, argue experts While the COVID-19 crisis rages in India, only 3% of the countr...

    COVID June 5, 2021
  • COVID booster

    Five things science learned about COVID-19 last week.

    High school student shows barriers are better A US high school student has published a paper in PLOS ONE, suggesti...

    Body and Mind May 8, 2021
  • COVID Booster

    Five things we learned about COVID this week.

    Time seemed to pass more slowly during the UK’s second lockdown A team of UK researchers has examined the way peop...

    COVID April 24, 2021
  • Year of the quiet ocean

    An international team aims to monitor the impact of 2020’s ‘quiet’ oceans on marine life

    Last year, as pandemic-related lockdowns enveloped the world, our oceans – just like our cities – fell more silent th...

    Earth April 8, 2021
  • How COVID-19 looks from above

    Satellites show ‘dramatic’ changes during lockdown.

    Scientists studying satellite images of the Earth have identified changes linked to COVID-19 lockdowns that may shed ...

    Earth December 10, 2020
  • Focus

    Cosmos Q&A: COVID and global health

    First phase lockdowns altered our habits and our wellbeing.

    Given the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent societal changes, it’s not surprising that we’...

    Body and Mind October 30, 2020
  • Conversation

    Earthquake scientists make most of lockdown

    It’s easier to hear things when things are quiet.

    By Meghan S. Miller and Louis Moresi, Australian National University Our responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have d...

    Earth July 18, 2020
  • Focus

    Australia’s response to coronavirus challenge

    Cosmos Q&A: Dr Rob Grenfell, CSIRO.

    Some say it’s Australia’s second wave, others that it’s still the first that immediate action allowed us to suppress....

    Australia July 10, 2020
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