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Vaccines developed against TB and polio have already been used in millions of people and could offer a low-risk way to rev up the body’s first line

Washington Post Jun 11 2020 - 11:36

Scientists found a large percentage of known crop pathogens can adapt to a variety of climate conditions and infect a diversity of crop hosts.

UPI.com Jun 11 2020 - 07:14

Wright, an architect of the Green New Deal, underscores the connections between the protests, pandemic, economic downturn and climate crisis.

MIT Technology Review Jun 11 2020 - 02:06

Most of us understand the critical importance of monitoring the spread of diseases. And it is as important for plant diseases as it is for humans.

ReliefWeb Jun 11 2020 - 02:03

Pathogens that attack agricultural crops show remarkable adaptability to new climates and new plant hosts, new research shows.

Phys.org Jun 11 2020 - 02:01

The air enters a system designed to remove most of the dust, then directs it to a collection container with ultraviolet C (UVC) germicidal lamps, o

Plastics News Jun 10 2020 - 13:39

A team of Charlottesville-based University of Virginia researchers is developing a decontamination robot that uses 3D imaging and ultraviolet light

Becker's Hospital Review Jun 9 2020 - 09:33

The Pinheiros River in São Paulo, Brazil, crosses through the capital city and has its confluence with the River Tiete, which comprises several res

Nature Jun 9 2020 - 02:20

Amongst the world's most challenging problems is the need to feed an ever-growing global population sustainably.

EurekAlert! Jun 8 2020 - 22:09

It was likely kept alive in agar, sealed under paraffin wax, and was eventually renamed NCTC 1 when it became the very first specimen added to Brit

New York Times Jun 8 2020 - 21:12

Emerging fungal and oomycete pathogens pose a significant risk to global food security.

Nature Jun 8 2020 - 08:13

Scientists at the University of Liverpool and University of Utrecht have taken another step forward on their quest to develop a viable drug based o

News Medical Jun 7 2020 - 10:02

Since meager testing resources left officials ignorant of crucial facts about the epidemic, they made policy decisions without the evidence necessa

Reason Jun 7 2020 - 07:00

Crowd sizes, sanitation training, and outdoor seating are only a few of the issues that might be permanently impacted by COVID-19.

Evansville Courier & Press Jun 6 2020 - 04:04

Pittsburgh’s startup economy stuttered with investors turning to protect existing investments amid COVID-19, a highly infectious respiratory diseas

Government Technology Jun 5 2020 - 08:44

English News and Press Release on World about Climate Change and Environment, Health and Epidemic; published on 04 Jun 2020 by World Bank

ReliefWeb Jun 4 2020 - 13:05

George Floyd’s life is unprecedented. No one saw the world as he did. No one spoke as he could. No one thought, loved, or felt as he lived.

MinnPost Jun 4 2020 - 12:35

Scientists say compound functions via two independent mechanisms, and could offer a “potential roadmap for future antibiotic discovery efforts.”

GEN Jun 4 2020 - 05:00

Consequently, research on the development of new strategies to control antibiotic-resistance has intensified, including the usage of antimicrobial

Nature Jun 4 2020 - 02:09

Researchers suggest that an innovative handheld UV light device could effectively sanitize surfaces, killing pathogens including SARS-CoV-2.

Medical News Today Jun 4 2020 - 02:02

Ushio America, Inc. (Ushio) announced a strategic alliance with Acuity Brands, Inc. (NYSE:AYI) to supply the Care222® UV disinfection module.

PR Jun 4 2020 - 00:04

Iterum Therapeutics plc (ITRM), a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company focused on developing next generation oral and IV antibiotics to treat infe

YAHOO! Jun 3 2020 - 11:11

The quest to discover how new diseases—such as COVID-19—emerge and spread in response to global land-use change driven by human population expansio

Phys.org Jun 3 2020 - 00:21

Did you read about 'dinosaur trees' saved in a secret firefighting mission over summer?

The Conversation Jun 2 2020 - 23:01

The quest to discover how new diseases - such as Covid-19 - emerge and spread in response to global land-use change driven by human population expa

News Medical Jun 2 2020 - 22:59

Most new viruses and other pathogens that arise in humans are transmitted from other animals, as in the case of the virus that causes COVID-19.

EurekAlert! Jun 2 2020 - 22:12

Lenexa-based Hepacart saw a huge spike in demand as hospitals adapted its products for #coronavirus containment.

The Business Journals Jun 2 2020 - 13:01

We don’t really know when the novel coronavirus first began infecting people.

TwinCities.com Jun 2 2020 - 10:00

In general, vaccines “train” and strengthen the body’s immune system to develop resistance against pathogens and illnesses by imitating an infectio

MSN Jun 2 2020 - 00:26

Microbix Biosystems Inc.

YAHOO! Jun 1 2020 - 08:29

Chlorine Water Disinfectant Market size is forecast to reach $4.1 billion by 2025, after growing at a CAGR of 3.2%

MarketWatch Jun 1 2020 - 07:32

Resgreen Group Invests in Autonomous Mobile Robots To Aid in the Fight Against Coronavirus and Other Pathogens EASTPOINTE, MI / ACCESSWIRE / June 1

Finanznachrichten Jun 1 2020 - 03:56

Resgreen Group (RGGI), a leading mobile robot developer, announced today that it will focus a large percentage of its research and development budg

Associated Press Jun 1 2020 - 03:54

Future coronavirus treatment may include meds that boost the number of T-cells in the blood, which are capable of neutralizing pathogens that infec

BGR May 31 2020 - 08:12

Commentators like to point to Wuhan’s “wet markets” as the source of the pandemic, but COVID-19 is the result of a much larger, global phenomenon o

Jacobin May 31 2020 - 06:17

The breathtaking images allow people to see a virus as elaborate biological structures with weaknesses that can be exploited, yielding clues for re

The Jerusalem Post Blogs May 30 2020 - 22:51

Credit...Tyler Comrie Supported by Opinion Columnist If recent weeks have shown us anything, it’s that the world is not just flat. It’s fragile.

New York Times May 30 2020 - 12:02

Researchers have found a way to design an antibody that can identify the toxic particles that destroy healthy brain cells -- a potential advance in

Science Daily May 30 2020 - 11:44

Fischer, 58, and her team at the Rocky Mountain Laboratories, part of the National Institutes of Health, have captured and created some of the more

Modern Healthcare May 29 2020 - 22:00

In the midst of COVID-19, cherry growers around the Wenatchee Valley are battling another epidemic: little cherry disease.

The Spokesman-Review May 29 2020 - 17:18

Scientists do not yet know if Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, or SARS-CoV-2—the virus that causes COVID-19—can be transmitted by b

Medical Xpress May 29 2020 - 11:03

LexaGene Holdings, Inc. (TSX-V: LXG; OTCQB: LXXGF) (the “Company”), a biotechnology company that develops genetic analyzers for rapid pathogen dete

YAHOO! May 29 2020 - 10:53

An increasing interest in the development of products of natural origin for crop disease and pest control has emerged in the last decade.

Nature May 29 2020 - 10:34

The large basin is designed for any smartphone up to 6.2” (which includes all current gen iPhone, Pixel, and Galaxy series devices), but will also

VentureBeat May 29 2020 - 10:24

The technology releases charged atoms that attach to and deactivate harmful substances like bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens.

WCNC May 28 2020 - 20:26

A Mount Sinai research team has identified one of the mechanisms that establish the skin as a protective barrier, a breakthrough that is critical t

EurekAlert! May 28 2020 - 12:03

Learn more about the GoSun Flow, the world's first portable, solar-powered water purification and sanitation system.

Inhabitat May 28 2020 - 11:36

A top official in Canada says most people have a better chance of dying from "other pathogens, accidents, and traffic fatalities" than fr

FOX News on MSN.com May 28 2020 - 10:44

The CDC was once one of the most respected public health agencies in the world. Now, it's barely visible in the middle of a pandemic.

WBUR May 27 2020 - 21:24

After a month that felt like years, Bellevue hospital staff are starting to reform their daily routines in a changed world.

Medscape May 27 2020 - 11:49