Category Archives: Learning

Is Britain’s coronavirus outbreak taking off again? Infections are up 48% in a week

How Britain’s Covid-19 infections started to rise after ‘Super Saturday’ and are now 54% up in a week as outbreak continues to grow The seven-day average is standing at 5,329 compared with 3,466 last Friday – a 54% increase The daily average has increased every day for the past six days and has not shrunk… Read More »

When indoor and outdoor living unite

Iron Maiden House was designed for a family of five returning to Sydney from many years living in Hong Kong, with a vision to seamlessly connect indoor living with the outdoors. Accustomed to an oceanic subtropical monsoon climate and compact living arrangements typical of Hong Kong, the clients were looking for a home that used… Read More »

Bosch’s new rapid coronavirus test delivers reliable results in 39 minutes

The world’s fastest PCR based SARS-CoV-2 test for the point of care Rapid test is particularly suited to decentralized use in mobile test centers. Sensitivity: 98 percent, specificity: 100 percent. Simultaneous testing of five people with one cartridge by pooling will also be possible as of early October. Bosch is working to further reduce time… Read More »

World Pharmacist Day 2020 Date, History, Theme and Significance: Know More About the Day That Celebrates Pharmacists Around the World

Every year celebrates one of the vital people from the medical department aka Pharmacists on September 25. The annual World Pharmacists Day is an observation when the contribution of the pharmacists is applauded and given credit to.  The idea is to spread awareness about pharmacists and their contribution.  They help us with safe access to… Read More »

Brain ‘signature’ could help to diagnose schizophrenia

People with schizophrenia and their healthy siblings share patterns of brain activity that are different from those seen in individuals with no family history of the disorder, scientists from EPFL have found. Because the siblings do not show schizophrenia symptoms, this brain ‘signature’ could serve as a marker for the early diagnosis of the disorder.… Read More »