Doggerland: Lost ‘Atlantis’ of the North Sea gives up its ancient secrets
The land mass that linked Britain to continental Europe was rich in early human life until it floodedThe idea of a “lost Atlantis” under the North Sea connecting Britain by land to continental Europe had been imagined by HG Wells in the late 19th century, with evidence of human inhabitation of the forgotten world following in 1931 when the trawlerColinda dredged up a lump of peat containing a spear point.But it is only now, after a decade of pioneering research and the extraordinary finds of an army of amateur archaeologists scouring the Dutch coastline for artefacts and fossils, that a major exhibition is able...
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Coronavirus live news: thousands protest against German Covid measures; Fauci rules out new US lockdowns
Latest updates:UK reports 65 further deaths;US chief medical adviser says US won ’t return to lockdowns despite rising Delta threatNHS in England urged to redistribute near-expiry vaccines as take-up slows among youngUber and Deliveroo discounts to lure young in England to get jabbedHerd immunity: could Covid be on the run in the UK?Florida records largest one-day case total since start of pandemicAustralian Sky News banned from YouTube for seven days over Covid disinformation11.39pmBST11.29pmBSTMexico ’shealth ministry has reported 6,740 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 128 more fatalities, Reuters reports....
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Pfizer, Moderna Raise Prices Of Covid-19 Coronavirus Vaccines For European Union
The EU has now surpassed the U.S. in getting its population vaccinated. But will higher Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine prices derail this progress? (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
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Florida Breaks Daily Covid-19 Case Record, Becomes New U.S. Pandemic ‘Epicenter’
On Friday, Florida reported 21,683 new cases of Covid-19, the most infections in a single day since the start of the pandemic. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
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Scientists warn of risks in easing UK controls for vaccinated arrivals
Edinburgh epidemiologist concerned about spread of ‘escape mutants’ that may defy vaccinesScientists have said that the lifting of restrictions for fully vaccinated arrivals to the UK from the EU and US, which begins from Monday, is not without risk.From 4am on Monday, those who have been fully vaccinated in the US and Europe will be treated the same as British residents, meaning arrivals from amber list countrieswill not have to quarantine when entering England, or test on day eight after arrival.Continue reading... (Source: Guardian Unlimited Science)
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 1, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Nicola Davis Science correspondent Tags: Coronavirus Air transport Infectious diseases University of Edinburgh UK news World news Science European Union US news Source Type: news

NHS urged to redistribute near-expiry vaccines as take-up slows in young
Doctors across England raise alarm as 170,000 Moderna doses at risk of expiry within fortnightCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe NHS is facing pressure to redistribute tens of thousands of vaccine doses nearing expiry as demand from younger adults drops.An internal email seen by the Guardian warned of 170,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine at risk of expiry within the next fortnight, as doctors across England have raised alarm at the unpredictability of vaccine take-up among young people meaning more doses will go to waste.Continue reading... (Source: Guardian Unlimited Science)
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August 2021 Interactive Crossword
Try your hand at a sciency brainteaser. (Source: The Scientist)
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Not all narcissists are grandiose – the ‘vulnerable’ type can be just as dangerous
The introverted narcissist is harder to spot and may be more sinisterWe pretty much know what narcissism is by now. The description “narcissist” is a buzzword, a darling of amateur analysts. Those needy, charismatic attention-grabbers stride across the world’s stage, using and confusing those who fall for their charms. They have the perfect platform in a culture obsessed with both celebrity and social media. They rule coun tries, they mesmerise, they manipulate and wreak havoc.But beyond the more showy and recognisable type lurks a lesser known and essentially more dangerous sub-species. Where your standa...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 1, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Joanna Briscoe Tags: Relationships Life and style Psychology Science Health & wellbeing Source Type: news

Ana Raquel Nunes: ‘Extreme weather reveals the fragility of people and places’
The environmental social scientist and expert on the impact of heatwaves on why we must prepare for dangerous heatAna Raquel Nunes is a senior research fellow at Warwick medical school who studies the links between global heating and human health. She has leant her expertise to the World Health Organization, the intergovernmental panel on climate change, theInternational Science Council and more. Her interest in extreme weather was prompted by a family holiday in the Algarve during the European heatwave of 2003, in which tens of thousands of people died. This year has seen record temperatures, forest fires, melting glacier...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 1, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Katherine Latham Tags: Climate change Extreme weather Environment Science Health Medical research Source Type: news

Australia Covid live update: NSW records 239 new cases as Queensland reports nine; 4.5m vaccine doses administered nationwide in July
Australia administers4.5m vaccine doses in July, Prof Michael Kidd says. Queensland reportsnine new cases of Covid-19 as three million people across the state begin their first full day in lockdown;Victoria records four new local cases. Follow all the day ’s newsNSW reports 239 new cases and seven ICU patients in their 20sNSW restrictions;NSW hotspots;Qld Covid hotspots;Qld restrictionsOther restrictions:Vic;SA;border restrictionsHow do you convince someone to get vaccinated?‘A lottery who ends up in hospital’: Australian Covid survivors speak outVaccine rollout tracker;get our free news app;get our morni...
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NSW records 239 new cases as Queensland reports nine – as it happened
Australia administered4.5m vaccine doses in July; three million people across Queensland in first full day in lockdown;Victoria records four new local Covid cases.This blog is now closedFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesNSW reports 239 new cases and seven ICU patients in their 20sNSW restrictions;NSW hotspots;Qld Covid hotspots;Qld restrictionsOther restrictions:Vic;SA;border restrictionsHow do you convince someone to get vaccinated?‘A lottery who ends up in hospital’: Australian Covid survivors speak outVaccine rollout tracker;get our free news app;get our morning email briefing9.38amBSTOK, last...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 1, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Justine Landis-Hanley (now) and Calla Wahlquist (earlier) Tags: Gladys Berejiklian Queensland Brisbane Sydney Melbourne Coronavirus Australia news Infectious diseases Medical research Microbiology Science Health New South Wales New South Wales politics Victoria Source Type: news

Coronavirus live news: UK chancellor ‘pushes PM to relax holiday rules’; mass testing amid China outbreak
Latest updates:Rishi Sunak says restrictions ‘out of step’ with international rivals, according to media reports;China battling worst caseload in monthsUber and Deliveroo discounts to lure young in England to get jabbedHerd immunity: could Covid be on the run in the UK?Protests in Israel against new curbs as cases are highest in monthAustralian Sky News banned from YouTube for seven days over Covid disinformation9.36amBSTCheap taxi rides and discounts from the biggest takeaway companies are to be deployed by the government in a desperate effort to boost Covid vaccination rates among the young, amid growing lega...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 1, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Nicola Slawson Tags: Coronavirus Science Infectious diseases World news UK news Boris Johnson Source Type: news

Uber and Deliveroo discounts to lure young people in UK to get Covid jab
Companies will offer credit and price reductions in government push to boost vaccination ratesCheap taxi rides and discounts from the biggest takeaway companies are to be deployed by the government in a desperate effort to boost Covid vaccination rates among the young, amid growing legal and political pressure on Boris Johnson over the use of vaccine passports.With figures inside the cabinet concerned about the plans already in place to enforce vaccine passports in some settings, the government ’s focus has turned to using incentives to drive up vaccination rates over the summer to head off another Covid wave as offi...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 1, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Michael Savage Tags: Coronavirus Deliveroo Uber Universities Education Infectious diseases UK news Boris Johnson Vaccines and immunisation Health Politics Science Society Business Young people Source Type: news

Sky News Australia banned from YouTube for seven days over Covid misinformation
Digital giant issues strike after channel posted videos denying the existence of disease and encouraging people to use discredited medicationFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesVaccine rollout tracker;get our free news app;get our morning email briefingSky News Australia has been banned from uploading content to YouTube for seven days after violating its medical misinformation policies by posting numerous videos which denied the existence of Covid-19 or encouraged people to use hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin.The ban was imposed by the digital giant on Thursday afternoon, the day after theDaily Telegraph ende...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 1, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Amanda Meade Tags: Australian media Australia news Sky News Australia Coronavirus Infectious diseases Science Medical research YouTube Health Source Type: news

Book excerpt from CRISPR People
In Chapter 6, author Henry T. Greely describes how news of the birth of gene-edited babies rocked a 2018 summit on human genome editing. (Source: The Scientist)
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Fat Tissue Reorganizes During Pregnancy
Researchers identify a protein that promotes changes in adipose tissue in vitro and in pregnant mice and may help protect against gestational diabetes in humans. (Source: The Scientist)
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Exercising During Pregnancy Protects Mouse Offspring
Obese mice that exercised while pregnant gave birth to pups that grew up free of the metabolic issues present in the adult young of sedentary obese mothers —possibly by staving off epigenetic changes... (Source: The Scientist)
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Birth of Midwifery, Circa 100 CE
Soranus of Ephesus ’s manual shaped the way midwifery was practiced for more than a millennium. (Source: The Scientist)
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Ten Minute Sabbatical
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse. (Source: The Scientist)
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Infographic: Research Questions to Be Tackled by Uterus Transplants
Scientists are banking various samples from recipients of donated uteruses to learn all they can about the biology of the organ, and about transplantation more generally. (Source: The Scientist)
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Study Looks for Effects of Fetal Exposure to Air Pollution
By measuring various pollutants in the immediate vicinity of pregnant women and tracking brain development of their children, researchers in Barcelona aim to untangle any influence the former has on... (Source: The Scientist)
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Gene Offers Clue to How Human Labor Starts
Genes associated with preterm birth and protecting the fetus from the mother ’s immune system appear to be regulated by HAND2. (Source: The Scientist)
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Opinion: Treating Infertility as a Disease
For too long, a physiological inability to conceive or carry a child through to birth has been seen as a minor medical issue. (Source: The Scientist)
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Darby Saxbe Digs into Relationships ’ Effects on Human Biology
In her current work, the University of Southern California psychologist is examining how the transition to fatherhood affects men ’s brains. (Source: The Scientist)
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A New View of My Own Past
Hearing others ’ perspectives on infertility and pregnancy has me reconsidering my own reproductive journey. (Source: The Scientist)
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Researchers Head to the Hills to Study Pregnancy
High altitude is a natural laboratory for investigating pregnancy complications such as preeclampsia and gestational hypertension that restrict a fetus ’s oxygen supply. (Source: The Scientist)
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Infographic: Maternal Microbiota Has Lasting Effects on Offspring
Work in rodents shows that the bacteria living in a mother ’s gut can produce immunomodulatory metabolites and influence the production of maternal antibodies—both of which can affect her offspring’s... (Source: The Scientist)
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The Role of Mom ’s Microbes During Pregnancy
Bacteria in the gut influence the production of antibodies and themselves secrete metabolites. In a pregnant woman, these compounds may influence immune development of her fetus. (Source: The Scientist)
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Infographic: How Pregnancy Changes Fat Tissue
Researchers propose a mechanism by which a protein produced in the placenta may trigger blood vessel growth and enlarge fat cells. (Source: The Scientist)
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Uterus Transplants Hit the Clinic
With human research trials resulting in dozens of successful deliveries in the US and abroad, doctors move toward offering the surgery clinically, while working to learn all they can about uterine... (Source: The Scientist)
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Opinion: How Biomedicine Could Transform Human Reproduction
CRISPR and other innovations are likely to open up a wealth of new options for how people have children. (Source: The Scientist)
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Contributors
Meet some of the people featured in the August 2021 issue of The Scientist. (Source: The Scientist)
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What You Need To Know About The Outbreak Of Delta Variant SARS-CoV-2 In Provincetown, Massachusetts
A large fraction of the outbreak was among people who were vaccinated. Events and large gatherings likely played a major role. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News - August 1, 2021 Category: Pharmaceuticals Authors: John Drake, Contributor Tags: Science /science Innovation /innovation Healthcare /healthcare Source Type: news

Scientists Predict Early Covid-19 Symptoms With App Plus AI
Combing self-reported symptoms from an app with artificial intelligence can predict early symptoms of Covid-19. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
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Scientists Predict Early Covid-19 Symptoms Using AI (And An App)
Combining self-reported symptoms (collected via a smartphone app) with Artificial Intelligence can predict early symptoms of Coronavirus Disease (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
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Q & A: What's Different About The Delta Variant
Health officials around the world are adjusting their plans for combatting the coronavirus in light of the more infectious Delta variant — and evidence that even vaccinated people can spread it. (Source: NPR Health and Science)
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Barnstable Covid-19 Outbreak: Fully Vaccinated Can Spread Coronavirus Delta Variant, Says CDC
74% of the SARS-CoV2 infections were in fully vaccinated persons. This doesn't mean that the Covid-19 don't offer protection but it means that Covid-19 vaccines alone may not be enough right now. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News - July 31, 2021 Category: Pharmaceuticals Authors: Bruce Y. Lee, Senior Contributor Tags: Healthcare /healthcare Innovation /innovation Science /science business pharma Source Type: news

Delta variant is rising. Breakthrough infections too. How should I protect myself?
With breakthrough infections, Delta variant rising, what should I do to protect myself? (Source: Los Angeles Times - Science)
Source: Los Angeles Times - Science - July 31, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Karen Kaplan, Melissa Healy, Deborah Netburn Source Type: news

UK can expect thousands of Covid deaths every year, warn scientists
Disease will circulate alongside flu and other seasonal viruses and become part of accepted winter illnessCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBritain faces the prospect of thousands of annual Covid deaths for years to come, scientists have warned.They say waves of cases are likely to sweep the country every winter as Covid-19 joins other seasonal viruses, includinginfluenza, in taking its toll of elderly and infirm people. Every year, as cold weather forces people indoors, virus transmission will increase, case numbers will rise, and some of these will result in deaths.Continue reading... (Sou...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - July 31, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Robin McKie Observer science editor Tags: Coronavirus Infectious diseases Science Medical research Flu Society UK news World news Vaccines and immunisation Health Source Type: news

New Global Database To Improve Transparency In Vaccine Supply
The Covid-19 task force has launched a new global database to track vaccine supply as vaccine access continues to remain a challenge in much of the developing world. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News - July 31, 2021 Category: Pharmaceuticals Authors: Disha Shetty, Contributor Tags: Science /science Innovation /innovation Healthcare /healthcare Source Type: news

Ink positive: how tattoos can heal the mind as well as adorn the body
Forget the stereotypes – getting inked can be a powerful means of reclaiming your body and processing grief or traumaIf one thing has become obvious in the summer heat and the inevitable baring of flesh, it ’s the degree to which body art is now the norm. At the pool, the park, or the pub beer garden, you’ll find an enormous variety of designs inked on the skin representing the breadth of human creativity.About20% of adults in the UK now have at least one tattoo, and that proportion is likely to grow. Cynics might argue that the increased uptake is a superficial fad, based purely on the aesthetic appeal o...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - July 31, 2021 Category: Science Authors: David Robson Tags: Psychology Tattoos Science Society Source Type: news

For parents of unvaccinated kids, worsening Delta variant threat brings alarm, questions
The variant's ability to spread among the vaccinated is worrisome, expert said, but it shouldn't preclude kids from heading back to school. (Source: Los Angeles Times - Science)
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For parents of unvaccinated kids, worsening Delta variant brings alarm, questions
The variant's ability to spread among the vaccinated is worrisome, expert said, but it shouldn't preclude kids from heading back to school. (Source: Los Angeles Times - Science)
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A Research Vessel Found SpongeBob Lookalikes A Mile Under The Ocean's Surface
A photo of a real-life sponge and starfish hanging out together delighted the internet. "The reality is a little crueler than perhaps a cartoon would suggest," says the researcher who posted it.(Image credit: NOAA Ocean Exploration) (Source: NPR Health and Science)
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A Research Vessel Found SpongeBob Look-Alikes A Mile Under The Ocean's Surface
A photo of a real-life sponge and starfish hanging out together delighted the internet. But "the reality is a little crueler than perhaps a cartoon would suggest," says the researcher who posted it.(Image credit: NOAA Ocean Exploration) (Source: NPR Health and Science)
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As COVID Concern Grows In Kansas, So Does Confusion Over Who Is In Charge
(Source: NPR Health and Science)
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NSW reports 210 cases as protesters a no-show; Queensland announces snap lockdown – as it happened
New South Wales records210 new locally acquired cases of coronavirus –two-thirds in people under 40– as police set upexclusion zone over anti-lockdown protest;Queensland locks down 11 LGAs from 4pm today aftersix new cases. Follow the latest newsQueensland snap lockdown: latest restrictions explainedState v state: war of words heats up over Sydney and Melbourne lockdownsFrom social distancing bracelets to vaccine priority: how NSW supermarkets are tackling CovidNSW restrictions;NSW hotspots;border restrictionsVaccine rollout tracker;get our free news app;get our morning email briefing8.54amBSTWe ’ll leave...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - July 31, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Luke Henriques-Gomes (now) and Royce Kurmelovs (earlier) Tags: Australia news Coronavirus Infectious diseases Science Health Australian politics Source Type: news

NSW Covid outbreak: death toll rises as two-thirds of 210 new cases under 40
Man in his 60s dies at home in south-west Sydney as state reports new locally acquired casesFollow our coronavirus live blogState v state: war of words heats up over Sydney and Melbourne lockdownsFrom social distancing bracelets to vaccine priority: how NSW supermarkets are tackling CovidNSW restrictions;NSW hotspots;border restrictionsVaccine rollout tracker;get our free news app;get our morning email briefingThe death toll from the New South Wales coronavirus outbreak has risen to 14 after the death of a man at his home in south-west Sydney.The news came as NSW reported 210 new locally acquired cases of Covid-19 on Satur...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - July 31, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Royce Kurmelovs Tags: New South Wales Australia news Coronavirus Infectious diseases Science Health Victoria Sydney Source Type: news

For India ’s Pharma Tycoons, Covid-19 Vaccines Are The New Cash Cows
Vaccinating the majority of India ’s 1.4 billion population in the next few months is going to require more than 2 billion doses. That mind-boggling number has lured a pack of pharma tycoons to jump into the fray to supply them. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)
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Covid Australia live news update: NSW reports 210 cases as police try to block protest; Queensland announces snap lockdown
New South Wales records210 new locally acquired coronavirus cases– two-thirds in people aged under 40 – as police set upexclusion zoneover anti-lockdown protest;Queensland locks down 11 LGAs from 4pm today aftersix new cases. Follow latest newsQueensland snap lockdown: latest restrictions explainedState v state: war of words heats up over Sydney and Melbourne lockdownsFrom social distancing bracelets to vaccine priority: how NSW supermarkets are tackling CovidNSW restrictions;NSW hotspots;border restrictionsVaccine rollout tracker;get our free news app;get our morning email briefing5.29amBSTACT COVID-19 updateS...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - July 31, 2021 Category: Science Authors: Luke Henriques-Gomes (now) and Royce Kurmelovs (earlier) Tags: Australia news Coronavirus Infectious diseases Science Source Type: news