Molecular view of a key component of the SarsCov2 Virus

AI can suggest Covid-19 antivirals from protein sequence alone


IBM model can also find molecules that bind at different sites on target proteins

A cartoon of a woman astounded by a large book growing from a mangrove tree

The uncertainties of my PhD shaped me


Discovering the potential of mangroves and myself

Amie Fornah Sankoh

Meet the first deaf, Black woman to earn a Stem doctorate


Amie Fornah Sankoh has persevered from failing primary school in Sierra Leone to gaining a biochemistry PhD in the US

The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Future: Virology, Epidemiology, Translational Toxicology and Therapeutics

Introduction: the coronavirus pandemic and the future

This series of Chemistry World reports is part of a forth coming e-book and hardback to be published by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The book was motivated by a desire on the part of the editors and the authors to produce a body of information on the new and deadly coronavirus about which the world was largely uninformed and for which it was totally unprepared. 

Shinagawa station in busy morning rush hour



Originally developed to treat flu and marketed in Japan as Avigan, promising Covid-19 trial results have seen countries stockpiling this medication by the millions

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