AI expands gene therapy’s accessibility

AI expands gene therapy’s accessibility

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Telehealth – Google and Amwell ignite a revolution

Telehealth – Google and Amwell ignite a revolution

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Camelids’ nanobody-based drug promises

Camelids’ nanobody-based drug promises

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Healthcare’s digital revolution and FIT

Healthcare’s digital revolution and FIT

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Covid is here to stay and so is the face mask

Covid is here to stay and so is the face mask

Vaccine or no vaccine Covid is here to stay and its future variants are as inevitable as the rising sun - these variants will require 'upgrades' or changes to the current set of vaccines, just as flu vaccines are...

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The world’s most ambitious renewable project

The world’s most ambitious renewable project

Sun Cable plans to build the world’s largest solar project by 2027. Its undersea electricity cable will connect the remote solar farm to consumers. Key Points: The Australia -ASEAN Power Link built by Sun Cable (a Singaporean renewable energy company)...

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Peloton has it right

Peloton has it right

Peloton - US exercise equipment and media co. - announced on 10 Nov a partnership with Beyoncé. Peloton will create fitness classes for HBCUs. Peloton Interactive Inc. (IXIC:PTON) has partnered with Beyoncé to create a series of classes based...

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Sun Machine – the new energy generator

Sun Machine – the new energy generator

'Sun Machine', the world's largest science project, was born in the 1980s to produce clean energy. Sun Machine's tokamak can harness nuclear fusion as a power source. The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project is worth €20bn (£18.2bn). The...

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Market opportunities in wearable tech

Market opportunities in wearable tech

Wearable technology might well be the answer for false negatives or inconclusive diagnostics tests. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is a growing demand for non-invasive accurate diagnostics. This is needed in hospitals as well as in homes. A...

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Immune response and catching Covid twice

Immune response and catching Covid twice

The Lindsley F. Kimball Research Institute of the New York Blood Centre and Rockefeller University in June concluded that herd immunity is not as simple as it sounds but that antibody testing retains a key role in localised lockdowns....

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