Below is a summary of the latest scientific news.
Science and industry are joining forces in Italy to zap viruses with lasers
A United Nations-backed scientific research center has teamed up with an Italian technology company to investigate whether laser light can be used to kill airborne coronavirus particles and keep indoor spaces safe. The joint effort between the International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) of Trieste, a city in northern Italy, and the nearby Eltech K-Laser company started last year when COVID-19 struck the country.
The absence of side effects does not mean that the mRNA vaccine is not working; mRNA syringes limit the severity of the breakthrough infection
Below is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Lack of side effects from the vaccine is nothing to worry about
Branson is planning a space trip off Bezos on July 11th
Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson will take Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc.’s test flight to the edge of space on July 11, Branson’s space tourism company announced on Thursday, beating aspiring billionaire astronaut Jeff Bezos. A successful flight by Branson aboard Virgin’s VSS Unity spaceplane would be a major milestone in a race for a new era in private commercial space travel.
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