covid 19

How COVID-19 Puts Maternal and Fetal Health At Risk

The study explains underlying molecular changes that occur in placenta during COVID-19 infection, and urges pregnant women with COVID-19 symptoms to get tested.

COVID-19’s Shadow On Suicides

Researchers have found that COVID-19 pandemic led to an increase in suicide rates in Japan, particularly among young working women.

Supporting Safe And Efficient Work With cPass™ Testing

GenScript’s cPass serology test helped one construction firm, AcroMeta Group, ensure employees could make informed decisions on their individual COVID-19 risk and prevention.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Senjuti Saha

Dr Senjuti Saha is advocating for an equitable global research landscape, and for researchers to reclaim their power and take charge of the problems their countries face in the Global South.
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Keeping Communities Safe With Environmental Testing

Environmental testing can equip the public health system with better means to monitor and curb the spread of infectious diseases.

Powering Through The Pandemic With Supercomputers

By performing trillions of calculations per second, supercomputers are accelerating COVID-19 diagnosis and the development of test kits and vaccines to help scientists combat the pandemic.
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Neem Tree Bark Extract May Help Fight COVID-19

Extract from the bark of the Neem tree may help reduce the spread of coronavirus, an India-US research team reported.
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Shielding COVID-19 Risk On Ride-Sharing Bikes

Plastic barriers placed between driver and passenger on ride-sharing motorbikes reduces the risk of COVID-19 viral spread.
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Tackling Omicron With T Cells

T cells are still expected to be effective against the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, shows a study by Hong Kong-Australia research team
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Rethink Building Design To Reduce Virus Spread

By mapping air flow in dormitories, researchers from Singapore have pinpointed the building layouts that lead to stagnant air and raise the risk of viral transmission.