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Utrecht University

University in the netherlands

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Science X staff
July 13, 2021
phys.org
Every year, thousands of dogs end up in a shelter in the Netherlands. Experts expect an increase in this number in the upcoming period, when people go back to the office after working from home during the corona crisis. Despite the good care of staff and volunteers, the shelter can be a turbulent experience for dogs. Researchers at Utrecht University investigated if dogs can adapt to their new environment based on their nocturnal activity.
Science X staff
July 13, 2021
phys.org
Over the past two years, the municipality of Amsterdam, Utrecht University and Google have collaborated on Project Air View, in which the Amsterdam air quality was measured by two Street View cars with special measuring equipment. These maps have now been shared with the world for the first time. They show that motorized traffic can increase the concentration of ultrafine particles, soot and nitrogen dioxide in busy streets up to 3 times compared to quieter streets. The maps and data can be accessed via the websites of Google's Environmental Insights Explorer (EIE) and Utrecht University.
By Jim Reed
July 1, 2021
BBC News
Pet owners with Covid could infect about 20% of cats and dogs, although most symptoms are mild.
Science X staff
July 1, 2021
phys.org
COVID-19 is common in pet cats and dogs whose owners have the virus, according to new research being presented at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) held online this year.
Sky
July 1, 2021
Sky News
Scientists warn there is a risk that pets could act as a reservoir of the virus and reintroduce it into the human population.
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