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Study Shows Covid-19 Could Lower Sperm Count, Motility

A study has found that people infected with Covid-19 could experience low sperm count and motility for months after getting cured.   The researchers of the study discovered that the semen itself was not contagious. However, sperm motility was reduced in 60% of the 35 men who...

Moderna claims 37-fold increase in omicron antibody levels after booster vaccine

Moderna has presented preliminary data on the effect of a booster dose of its coronavirus vaccine on protection against the omicron strain. Antibody levels increase 37-fold after a single booster dose and 83-fold after a double dose. The currently approved booster dose of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine...

Boeing to build planes in 'metaverse'

Boeing has decided to create its airliners in the metaverse: mechanics wearing augmented reality glasses and robots capable of communicating with each other will work on "immersive 3D aircraft designs". According to the company's chief engineer, the digital approach will improve the quality and...

Reinfection Chances More With Omicron Variant And Its Not Milder Either Claims New Study In UK

According to a study, the chance of reinfection with the Omicron variant of the coronavirus is more than five times higher compared to that of Delta, and it shows no signs of being milder, as cases spread across Europe and endanger year-end celebrations.   Imperial College London's findings...

Apple to hire a team to manufacture its own modem chips

Apple has begun a search for engineers for its Southern California office to design wireless communication chips. The chips are to replace those produced by Broadcom and Skyworks Solutions. Apple is setting up a team to manufacture wireless modem chips in-house.  It will hire engineers for the...

New Study Finds Lower Antibodies Against Omicron Induced By Two-Dose Vaccines

According to British scientists, adequate neutralising antibodies against the Omicron coronavirus variant are not generated by two-dose Covid-19 vaccines. This study indicates the likelihood of being infected with the variant even for those who had bene previously infected or completely...

Ostrich Cells Used By Scientists In Japan To Make Masks That Glows If Coronavirus Is Present On Them

A new form of mask that will glow when its material is exposed to ultraviolet light in the case of the mask being contaminated with traces of the coronavirus has been developed by a team of researchers and scientists at a university in western Japan.   The mask was developed using antibodies...

Only Partial Protection Against Omicron By Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine, Finds New Study

According to the research leader of a laboratory at the Africa Health Research Institute in South Africa, the Omicron variant of the coronavirus can partially circumvent protection from two doses of Pfizer Inc and partner BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine.   Nonetheless, the study found that blood...

Record Breaking Covid-19 Cases In Europe, Focus On Expanding Booster Shot

On Wednesday, Covid-19 infections hit new highs in some areas of Europe, making the continent the epicenter of a pandemic that has triggered additional travel restrictions and spurred health authorities to advocate for more use of booster vaccine doses.   Even as winter grips Europe and...

Robinhood reports leak of 7 million users data

Online broker Robinhood reported that hackers managed to get hold of some of its customers' personal data on 3 November. The attacker pretended to be a customer service employee during a phone call and gained access to some of the service's systems. Robinhood discovered that an unauthorised third...
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