Thanks, French guy who made milk safer to drink and a bunch of other important immunologists!
It’s not looking good for Japan right now.
The pandemic isn’t over just because you’re over it. But there are things you can do after you’ve had your jab(s) to keep yourself and everyone else safe.
95%, 67%, 66%, what does it all mean?
Researchers hope their findings will help lead to discoveries of new approaches to repairing injuries and treating diseases in alligators.
It’s so hard to find helpful information on COVID-19 and coronavirus as a whole but I found this piece useful.
Stanisław Lem was notorious for his neologisms and the difficulty in translating them. Here are 6 that predicted future technologies.
Oak Ridge National Lab’s Summit supercomputer has come through clutch in the battle to beat COVID-19.
Do you really only need 5 hours of sleep? Is “resting your eyes” as good as actual sleep? Two sleep experts debunk 15 common sleep myths.
It’s a phenomenon associated with prolonging life. But cryonics and cryogenics are two different things.
That’s not the title of the video but it should be and here’s why.
James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo shared the Nobel prize for their efforts “harnessing the cancer patient’s own immune system to destroy tumours”. A cure for cancer remains elusive but two immunologists have won science’s most prestigious award, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for their work in cancer immunotherapy. Allison discovered a molecule that halted …