by Marianna AkritidouMarianna is a biologist with over 4 years of experience in the fields of Cancer Immunology and Neuroimmunology Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a form of diabetes in which very little or no insulin is produced by the pancreas, which results in high blood sugar levels in the body. The cause of T1D […]
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Is “intermittent” social distancing the tool to combat Coronavirus?
A world first at the Bronx Zoo.
We have compiled a biosafety guidance document specifically targeting organisations that are implementing SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic methods.
We make this guidance available, free of charge, to these organisations. It will be linked with an interactive service to ensure that we can address emerging questions and keep the guidance up-to-date.
No peer pressure in difficult times, an advice for academics (and everybody).
New data suggest that the new Coronavirus is genetically stable, and could increase the effectiveness of vaccines in development.
A new research paper with the participation of the International Hellenic University member, Dr. Savvas Genitsaris. The article is titled Variability and Community Composition of Marine Unicellular Eukaryote Assemblages in a Eutrophic Mediterranean Urban Coastal Area with Marked Plankton Blooms and Red Tides.
By Patrick Rüdelsheim We have compiled a biosafety guidance document specifically for life science laboratories in Belgium that have been asked to contribute to SARS-CoV-2 diagnostics. While these organisations may have adequate technical capacities, they may not have experience with diagnostics of high-risk pathogens. We make this guidance available, free of charge, for such organisations linked […]
Scientists are working around the clock to understand the biology of the covid-19 virus and how it infects human cells, which will help us design treatments to stop it
Europe is now the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic. Case counts and deaths are soaring in Italy, Spain, France, and Germany, and many countries have imposed lockdowns and closed borders. (source: sciencemag.org)