How an intrepid group of technicians adventured into the world of filmmaking
As it gets cheaper and easier to read genetic code, its applications are expanding rapidly
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.
There’s no direct evidence for the lab leak hypothesis – and the biochemistry of the virus might not tell us much about it
Compounds might cause side effects but are unlikely to be behind extremely rare blood-clotting events
Small study is part of global effort examining whether the BCG jab could help in the next pandemic