Scientists are investigating how fullerene nanomaterials can be used as antivirals against different variants of SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses.
A real-world study showed dogs were almost as good as PCR tests when detecting COVID-19 in individuals.
Using a chemical signature in the breath, a newly approved COVID-19 breathalyzer could provide an easy and rapid means of testing.
Without independent vaccine manufacturing in Africa, the social and economic costs of the pandemic will only be prolonged.
The debate around COVID-19 boosters is highly nuanced, but a new computational model could help better inform policy around such measures in an evolving pandemic.
Using materials found around the house, researchers stuck at home created an accurate test to detect COVID-19.
The aerosol platform promises broader protection against SARS-CoV-2, and is currently being trialed as a booster.
A biomaterials platform offers a stable center within the body for antibody development against SARS-CoV-2.
An expert review finds that booster shots for the general population are not yet necessary since vaccine efficacy against severe COVID-19 remains high.
Two vaccines in early development are stable under high temperatures and could be game changers in global vaccine equity.