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Thefty x EBSA: Custom Retroviral Mugs

We’re delighted to reveal our latest project: A true Art X Science collaboration between Thefty and EBSA!

Last December we were contacted by EBSA… 200 more words

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Can we prevent norovirus infections?

Each year, noroviruses cause over 200,000 deaths and a global economic burden of US$64 billion. A highly contagious virus that most people will contract 5 times in their lifetime, the most serious outcomes of the disease – hospitalization and death – are far more common among children and the elderly, and in low and middle income countries. 191 more words


DUKE-NUS scientists elucidate the structure of thermally stable Zika Virus

Scientists at Singapore’s DUKE-NUS Medical school led by Associate Professor Shee-Mei Lok have achieved an important breakthrough that could throw some light on ways to target the Zika virus. 644 more words


How immunity to RSV develops in childhood but deteriorates in adults

A leading infectious cause of severe respiratory disease in infants, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), is also a major cause of respiratory illness in the elderly. Approved vaccines do not yet exist, and despite the development of partial immunity following infection during childhood, individuals remain susceptible to RSV reinfection life-long. 547 more words


scishow: Another Zika Update & Quantum Physics Gamers Today...


Another Zika Update & Quantum Physics Gamers

Today on SciShow News: We’ve learned more about the Zika virus, and we’ll tell you how gamers are helping to develop quantum computers.

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Inside Americas Only Foreign Animal Disease Laboratory:...

Inside America’s Only Foreign Animal Disease Laboratory: Plum Island

About the size of Central Park and a few miles off the coast of Long Island, Plum Island houses the nation’s only laboratory that is capable of conducting live research of foot-and-mouth disease, a highly contagious animal disease that hasn’t struck the US with an outbreak since 1929.

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Virus Fakery:My Conversation With A White House Insider

Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
April 19, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

There are a number of cases in which a virus is said to be the cause of a disease—but the evidence doesn’t stand up. 473 more words