Scientist в новостях
|computer scientist||Специалист в области информатики|
|mad scientist||Сумасшедший ученый|
|research scientist||Научный сотрудник|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· People flock to beaches across England despite warnings to avoid crowds as lockdown eases →
Sunbathers flocked to the seaside in Dorset and Bournemouth on Saturday amid warnings from scientists the lockdown over Covid-19 is being lifted too early.
· The government – not scientists – are responsible for the UK coronavirus death toll →
The government’s plans for the coming week have been criticised by respected scientists.
· How to change up your masturbation routine for hotter, better self-love →
It can be fun to think of yourself almost like a scientist, framing each masturbation experiment as a question, then testing that hypothesis, then writing about the results after.
· Could nearly half of those with Covid-19 have no idea they are infected? →
Scientists believe these people have contributed to the spread of the virus in care homes, and they are central in the debate regarding face mask policies, as health officials attempt to avoid new waves of infections while societies reopen.
· SpaceX and NASA prepare to launch historic crewed mission →
[SpaceX’s] launch is going to do that for the next generation of scientists, explorers and astronauts.”
· This was the week that Boris Johnson was defeated by people’s anger over the Dominic Cummings crisis →
Unfortunately for him, and thanks to the astonishing internet detective work of Jens Wiechers, a German data scientist, it turned out that the reference to coronaviruses in Cummings’s 2019 blog was added in April this year, on the day Cummings returned from his Durham flit.
· 28% of COVID-19 cases in India till April 30 are asymptomatic: Study →
A large proportion of both those tested and those positive were asymptomatic contacts, according to the study by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) scientists along with other collaborators Healthcare workers constituted about 5.2 per cent of the total infections, said the study published in the Indian Journal of Medical Research (IJMR).
· Environmentally friendly production of mandelic acid →
The scientists improved the enzyme by surgical mutations and combined it with two other enzymes.
· Antibody designed to recognise pathogens of Alzheimer’s disease →
Abnormal clumps of proteins called oligomers have been identified by scientists as the most likely cause of dementia.
· Researchers track how bacteria purge toxic metals →
Typically, scientists analyze these functions by using biochemical assays that remove the protein from the cell.