Shakespeare and social justice-2

Shakespeare and social justice

He died more than 400 years ago but Shakespeare’s plays and poetry are still being performed, interpreted and understood in new ways. Academics at Newcastle University are investigating how Shakespeare is used globally to address issues and concerns including colonialism and the #MeToo movement. New perspectives on Shakespeare Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost Professor Julie Sanders’s […]

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The search for animals harboring coronavirus

The search for animals harboring coronavirus

Scientists are monitoring pets, livestock and wildlife to work out where SARS-CoV-2 could hide, and whether it could resurge By Smriti Mallapati It was the news Sophie Gryseels had been dreading for months. Almost a year into the pandemic, a seemingly healthy wild mink tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 in Utah. No free-roaming animal was known […]

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