This could help us keep dangerous viruses at bay.
There’s a lot of life in the oceans.
Breathe in deep — it’s safe.
Scientists have named it the Medusavirus.
Add herpes and other viruses to the long list of health problems associated with space flight.
“Tools like CATCH will help us and others detect outbreaks earlier and generate more data on pathogens that can be shared with the wider scientific and medical research communities,” the authors say.
Get lost, deadly virus.
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.