To Test, Or Not To Test – The COVID-19 Question

The research showed that countries with a higher health expenditure identify more positive cases and deaths.

Dr Cristina Isabel Ibarra-Armenta is a lecturer at the Autonomous University of Sinaloa and UNICAF University. Dr Moisés Alejandro Alarcon-Osuna is a lecturer at the University of Guadalajara, and a member of the Mexican System of National Researchers from CONACYT (National Council for Science and Technology). Their research focuses on econometrics, regional analysis, and policy and technology change. In a […]

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The Sun’s crowning glory: observing the corona

This science article explores Dr DeLuca’s recent project aimed to observe five magnetically sensitive coronal emission lines in the Sun’s corona during the recent 2017 solar eclipse.

How do you observe a faint light next to a very bright one? Put simply, with great difficulty. Our knowledge of the outer atmosphere of the Sun – called its corona – is still fairly limited, due to difficulties observing this part of the Sun. Fortunately, solar eclipses (where the Moon and Sun perfectly overlap ‘in syzygy’) provide scientists, such […]

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