There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

Frank Larkins warns what COVID-19 may mean for the national research effort. “The disruption will have a major impact on research productivity, impacting differentially on various disciplines, with laboratory-based research being most curtailed,” he writes.

“It is essential that universities and government bodies respond generously to ensure all research students, domestic and international, are adequately supported in this time of crisis.”

And Dominique Parrish, Allan Christie and Chris Campbell

set-out  the eight things students want from on-line learning.

Plus Alex Maritz and colleagues on how entrepreneurial spirit can help the economy on the other-side of the COVID-19 crisis.

And Merlin Crossley explains if we give science enough time it will deliver.