Scottish clinical and scientific experts are spearheading a campaign to combat misinformation in the battle against Covid-19 in Uganda.
Pneumagen (Holdings) Ltd announced a £4m investment for the clinical development of Neumifil for the prevention and treatment of Covid-19.
A type of ultraviolet light could be safely used for air disinfection in public places without harming people.
Between five and six per cent of Britain’s population had been infected with Covid-19 by the last third of April, according to a new study.
An appeal launched to help students, research and the town affected by the Covid-19 crisis has raised more than half a million pounds.
Two St Andrews students have set up an operation to provide the public with face masks at zero mark up to eliminate predatory price-gouging.
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Public concern over the use of SLT could jeopardise governments’ efforts to slow the spread of Covid-19 using surveillance technologies.
Household factors make some households more vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19, according to a new study carried out at St Andrews.
The University has been awarded three research projects as part of the Scottish Government’s Covid-19 Rapid Research programme.