The mystery of a 100-year-old vaccine was introduced to treat coronavirus disease

Scientists are trying to conduct many experiments to introduce the tuberculosis vaccine to treat the disease caused by the new strain of corona virus (Sars-CoV-2). According to information in BloomBerg , the vaccine against BCG tuberculosis virus (Bacillus Calmette-Guerin) has been widely used for nearly 100 years. About 130 million babies worldwide are vaccinated against tuberculosis with BCG every […]

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Israel’s Progress Towards Coronavirus Vaccination, Trial In Mouse Body

While the coronavirus has emerged as a major threat to the entire human race, everyone is looking forward to when its vaccines and medicines will come. Developed countries around the world continue to research the virus. Israeli scientists have developed a vaccine against the coronavirus. The vaccine has already been tested in mice. Earlier United States tested Corona […]

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The dangers of the algorithm in times of the coronavirus

If used, these algorithms should not be binding: healthcare professionals should always decide who should or could be treated and who should not. In the collective imagination, talking about artificial intelligence inevitably takes us back to those science fiction movies that show us hyperrational beings, devoid of emotions that obscure their analytical skills, free of […]

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Analysis of molecular 3D structure helps find nCoV inhibitors

Scientists have found structural features in nCoV’s genetic material copying apparatus, laying the foundation for the development of the Covid-19 special drug. The Chinese team successfully analyzed the three-dimensional structure of RNA-dependent RNA polymerase at subatomic resolution, revealing the structural characteristics of the “main engine” in nCoV’s genetic material copying apparatus. The research was published in the open […]

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Importance of Handwashing Could Save Lives, Discovered by scientist Ignaz Semmelweis 150 Years Ago That Google Doodle Reminds Today

New doodle reminds scientist who suggested handwashing for the first time. 150 years ago Ignaz Semmelweis discovered that washing hands was one of the most effective measures to save lives. In the midst of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, the biggest recommendation anyone could give us right now is that we shouldn’t stop washing our hands … […]

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The Skeleton Of The 7th Century Saint Hidden In The Church Alcove

British researchers identified nearly 1,400 year-old skeleton belonged to a saint lived in the middle Christianity 7th century. The skeleton discovered more than a decade ago in a church in Kent county is most likely the remains of one of Britain’s first saints. She was the granddaughter of Ethelbert, the first English king to convert to Christianity. St. […]

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Does Hibernation Help You Achieve Immortality?

Science is changing to adapt to cold weather, which could lead to changes in treatments for inflammatory diseases, insomnia or trauma. While some people sometimes complain about the cold weather in winter, others on the contrary, really love to “freeze” each winter. Most of us must have enjoyed the cold winters. On that basis, many […]

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Why is the super-expensive Su-57 fighter jet still expensive?

The crash of Su-57 in late December has raised concerns about the performance of the most expensive super fighter in the Russian air force. According to Itar-Tass, the Su-57 crashed while performing a test flight at an altitude of 8,000m. “The automatic control system malfunctioned, the plane crashed into the ground in a whirlpool. It […]

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Sixth Sense: In Addition To Sight And Hearing, Robots Will Receive Radio Range Finders

The perception of machines will be improved with the help of built-in locators that can evaluate the shape of objects and the distance to them. After 10 years, Russian robots will be able to see a person better, and will also be able to interpret the speech of several people speaking at the same time. […]

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What weird thing makes grasshoppers as strong as Lance Armstrong?

Equipped with long, strong legs, and likened to Lance Armstrong, grasshoppers were born to fly and jump. So what makes grasshoppers never tired of flying? Grasshoppers rely heavily on sprinting thigh muscles for fast jumping and leaping themselves up, and like humans, they must overcome resistance. They use powerful single leaps to launch themselves into […]

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