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Baby In Singapore Is Born With COVID-19 Antibodies

Till date the samples embryonic fluid from the womb as well as breast milk did not show the presence of any active virus. A woman in Singapore was tested positive for COVID-19 in March when she was pregnant. The lady has given birth to a baby who has born with “antibodies against the virus”, this...

Despite Questions On Its Trials Results, AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine Still Supported By Britain And Other Nations

Regulators in the United Kingdom have directed regulators to review AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine and decide on a potential roll out of the vaccine. On the other hand, millions of doses of the vaccine have been secured by the Philippines and Thailand.   These have reinforced confidence in...

UK Is Likely To Have The Oxford/Astrazeneca Covid-19 Vaccine As The Most Widely Used One

According to experts, it is most likely that people in the United Kingdom will get shots of the Oxford vaccine as the first Covid-19 vaccine despite regulators of the country also analysing the vaccine of Pfizer.   The reason that the Oxford vaccine will most likely be the first vaccine to...

Hyundai and Ineos to collaborate on hydrogen vehicles

One of the world's largest chemical companies, Ineos, announced that it had signed a cooperation agreement with the South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai. As part of the agreement, the parties will explore the possibility of supplying Hyundai fuel systems for the Ineos Grenadier off-road vehicle....

Apple’s Own Computer Processing Chip To Technologically Tie Its iPhones And Computers

M1 has been designed to be fast besides improving battery life while the newest operating system’s version of Apple has been “tuned to the processor”. Last week, Apple Inc launched its “MacBook Air notebook” along with “other machines” accompanied by first of its “central processor” which were...

Experts: Pandemic and remote work transform high-tech labor market

The mass transition to remote work and the development of new Internet services for the delivery of goods and other services to consumers, customers and employees resulted in significant changes in the labour market for high-tech specialists: it is changing both quantitatively and qualitatively....

95% Final Efficacy Claimed By Pfizer For Its Covid-19 Vaccine After End Of Trials

Pfizer has completed its Covid-19 vaccine trials and is not set to apply for an emergency authorization from United States regulators within days, the company said on Wednesday. The company claimed that the final results from its last phase trials for the vaccine had a 95 per cent success rate and...

Serious Adverse Event In Brazil Prompts Halting Of China Vaccine Trial

A serious adverse event has resulted in the halting of the final-stage trial for a Chinese frontrunner vaccine candidate in Brazil. This is the first occasion that any of the vaccine candidates that are being rapidly developed by China has faced a serious setback.   The Brazil Health Agency...

Facing Covid-19: the US medical machine

Despite best efforts to reduce case numbers, at state and federal level, COVID-19 has contributed directly to more than 200,000 deaths and wreaked havoc on the economy. The public and the scientific community are eager to know more about what is being done to win the war. One crucial asset in this...

GM’s Super Cruise Secures First Spot: Consumer Reports

Autopilot could shutdown abruptly whereas Super Cruise informs the driver before the system disengages. Once again, testing organization saw Super Cruise of General Motors overtaking Autopilot technology of Tesla, as per Consumer Reports based on evaluation carried out on seventeen vehicles that...
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