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Biotechs, Univ. Labs Partner on Covid-19 Combo Therapy

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Two biotechnology companies are developing a Covid-19 treatment that combines engineered antibodies and natural killer immune system cells. . . . → Read More: Biotechs, Univ. Labs Partner on Covid-19 Combo Therapy

Glove-App System Translates Sign Language to Speech

Sign language translation glove

University engineers designed a glove with electronic sensors that sends signals to a smartphone app to translate American Sign Language into audible speech. . . . → Read More: Glove-App System Translates Sign Language to Speech

Covid-19 Vaccine for Lower-Income Regions Underway

Robin Shattock

Researchers in the U.K. designed a vaccine to prevent Covid-19 infections and is starting an enterprise to make it available to lower-income countries. . . . → Read More: Covid-19 Vaccine for Lower-Income Regions Underway

Industry, Univ. Labs Partner on Covid-19 Therapy

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Researchers from industry and academic labs are developing a synthetic antibody that in lab tests shows promise as both a Covid-19 therapy and vaccine. . . . → Read More: Industry, Univ. Labs Partner on Covid-19 Therapy

Five Covid-19 Vaccines in Clinical Trials

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A review of vaccines for preventing Covid-19 infections shows five of those projects are in early-stage clinical trials, with 18 more in preclinical stage. . . . → Read More: Five Covid-19 Vaccines in Clinical Trials

Case Study Maps Covid-19 Immune Response

Coronavirus

Infectious disease specialists in Australia tracked the course of an early patient’s immune-system response to non-severe novel coronavirus, or Covid-19, infections. . . . → Read More: Case Study Maps Covid-19 Immune Response

Trial Testing Arthritis Drug as Covid-19 Treatment

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A clinical trial is enrolling patients with severe novel coronavirus infections to test a synthetic antibody now approved to treat rheumatoid arthritis. . . . → Read More: Trial Testing Arthritis Drug as Covid-19 Treatment

Janssen, BARDA Partner on Coronavirus Vaccine

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An industry-government collaboration aims to advance and produce vaccines against the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak in China and elsewhere. . . . → Read More: Janssen, BARDA Partner on Coronavirus Vaccine

Intl Group Calls for More Coronavirus Vaccines

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An international consortium issued a proposal call for more vaccines to protect against the novel coronavirus now spreading from China to the rest of the world. . . . → Read More: Intl Group Calls for More Coronavirus Vaccines

Infographic – Countries Where Coronavirus Reported

Research company Statista posted yesterday a map where coronavirus cases are confirmed, and number of cases as of 30 January. But the outbreak is spreading quickly. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Countries Where Coronavirus Reported