Virology is a branch of science that studies viruses. That also makes it a subclass of microbiology as it works with microscopic organisms to analyse their ability to create and spread viruses.
Don’t worry, there’s no hybrid virus.
Prizes to the one who comes up with the best punchline.
Dr. Corbett also talks about population immunity and the existing research on mRNA technology that led to the rapid development of the COVID-19 vaccines.
And, no, you won’t turn into Spider-Man either.
Thanks, French guy who made milk safer to drink and a bunch of other important immunologists!
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?
It’s so hard to find helpful information on COVID-19 and coronavirus as a whole but I found this piece useful.
Oak Ridge National Lab’s Summit supercomputer has come through clutch in the battle to beat COVID-19.
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