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Coronavirus research gives further clues about its origin and journey
Coronavirus gene research in bats and pangolins has revealed further clues about its potential origins and transmission to humans.
As part of the CoronaHack hackathon event, a research team from Aberystwyth University and the University of Edinburgh’s Roslin Institute utilized hundreds of publicly available coronavirus genomes to compare SARS-CoV-2 - the virus which causes the COVID-19 disease - to its closest genetic relatives in bats and pangolins.Read article
Sting presents European web award to Aberystwyth led environmental project
An innovative eco-engineering project that aims to turn sea defences and other artificial structures into thriving marine habitats has won a major European Union award.Read article
Beetle burgers or cricket snacks? Insect-based food on Aberystwyth research menu
Crickets and beetles could become a common part of our diets, thanks to new academic research.
Insects are a common feature of people’s everyday diets in countries around the world, such as Mexico, China and Ghana.
These insect-based foods offer a more environmentally-friendly source of protein than many other food stuffs, and could help feed the world’s growing population.Read article
Mixed farming research to address climate change challenges
Researchers at Aberystwyth University are collaborating on a €7m international project to help farmers to adopt more innovative agricultural approaches to make their businesses resilient and adaptable to external challenges.Read article
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