New COVID-19 variants could emerge from animals or from people with chronic infections – but it’s not cause for panic
Recent studies show that potential sources of new SARS-CoV-2 variants could emerge from people who experience chronic COVID infections and animals but they are likely not variants of concern.
University of Leeds asks public to report Flying Ant Day sightings in bid to understand strange annual event
Flying Ant Day is upon us, with Leeds residents reporting winged insects appearing on driveways, in gardens and whizzing through the air.
People are becoming “disconnected from the botanical world” at a time when plants could help solve global environmental problems, warn a group of research scientists.
A Government task force set up to find new ways to contain outbreaks of bird flu will feature expertise from the University.
Global mismanagement of phosphorus is threatening food security and polluting water, according to a new report into the use of the finite nutrient.