If you can’t beat them — infect them!
There’s no need to panic, no human cases have yet been reported.
Nipah has been claiming a lot of lives this week. The world is trying to make sure it won’t claim more.
The WHO has previously placed this virus on its watchlist of pathogens with high “epidemic potential” and no known treatment.
‘These things are everywhere,’ said one researcher.
The first case was reported in the Netherlands.
It can’t go through our skin, but it will wreck viruses and bacteria.
The virus could have been infecting people for thousands of years.
It also showcases how powerful computer simulations can be in fighting viruses.
Anti-vaxxers finally have a natural option.
Not bad for such a small thing.
It took two years on a supercomputer to simulate 1.2 microseconds in the life of the HIV capsid.
The disease rears its ugly head again.
It’s more effective than welding a slab of steel on the Death Star’s thermal exhaust port.
Immunization is important.
Stanford researchers are proposing something different: they want to boost our body’s defense systems instead of targeting the virus.
Though smallpox is now extinct, we need to learn about the origin of the virus.
We’ve only seen the tip of the surface.
A lot of things worked together to allow infection via casual touch alone.