布谷加速器在电脑上怎么用

Message for students from Professor Graham Virgo: Academic year 2020-21 - further information

绿叶ⅴpn官网

This message is for students who will be continuing their studies during the academic year 2020-21. 

布谷加速器在电脑上怎么用

布谷加速器在电脑上怎么用

Research
Predictive touch system

布谷加速器在电脑上怎么用

A ‘no-touch touchscreen’ developed for use in cars could also have widespread applications in a post-COVID-19 world, by reducing the risk of transmission of pathogens on surfaces.

Read more
Research
Man wearing face covering to protect against COVID-19

Existing evidence suggests face coverings do not lead to false sense of security

Existing limited evidence suggests that wearing face coverings to protect against COVID-19 does not lead to a false sense of security and is unlikely to increase the risk of infection through wearers foregoing other behaviours such as good hand hygiene, say researchers from the University of Cambridge and King’s College London.

Read more

Research
极光vpm破解无限版

Lockdown led to happiness rebound, after wellbeing plunged with onset of pandemic

New study is among the first to distinguish effects of the pandemic from effects of lockdown when it comes to wellbeing in Britain.

Read more
Testing samples for COVID-19

How science and innovation are helping tackle COVID-19 testing

In April 2020, the University of Cambridge joined forces with AstraZeneca and GSK to create the Cambridge Testing Centre to boost the UK’s COVID-19 testing capabilities through innovation and cutting-edge technology.

Read more

Lantern官方网站

Opening schools – and keeping them open – should be prioritised by Government, report says

Keeping schools open from September should be a Government priority as it manages the COVID-19 pandemic, while closures could have severe social and economic effects that endure for decades, according to a new report.

Read more
Research
极光vpm破解无限版

latern专业破解版安卓最新版

Cambridge researchers have shown how rapid genome sequencing of virus samples and enhanced testing of hospital staff can help to identify clusters of healthcare-associated COVID-19 infections.

Read more