Making a comeback after three decades is NASA’s worm logo — wavy, futuristic-looking red letters spelling NASA, the “A” resembling rocket nose cones. The worm adorns the Astro-Tesla, Falcon and even the astronauts’ suits, along with NASA’s original blue meatball-shaped logo. … [Read more...] about SpaceX’s 1st astronaut launch breaking new ground for style
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The race towards finding a coronavirus vaccine has ntensifiesd as the virus has infected more than 5 million people till now. A promising vaccine candidate from Oxford University has reportedly begun its advanced human trials. The University of Oxford said on Friday that the researchers have begun recruiting children and adults for advanced human trials. The trails will include 10,260 volunteers across the UK. Three phases of trials First phase: The first phase of the trial began in April with almost 1,000 volunteers. The results of the first trial were complete and is now under follow-up. The advanced trial phase will include phase two and phase three. Second phase: The range of the volunteers were expanded, the vaccine will be administered on kids as well as adults between 5-12 years and 56-59 years. Some people above the age of 70 will also be included. Third phase: In the third phase, the vaccine will be tested on a large number of adults, which will help researchers understand … [Read more...] about Coronavirus vaccine update: Oxford vaccine enters the advanced trials and ICMR finds HCQ effective, expands its use
The experts said ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 is made from a virus (ChAdOx1), which is a weakened version of a common cold virus (adenovirus) that causes infections in chimpanzees, that has been genetically changed so that it is impossible for it to replicate in humans. … [Read more...] about Oxford’s Covid-19 vaccine trial has 50% chance of success: Project leader
Speaking to MailOnline, Open Property Group managing director Jason Harris-Cohen said: 'In terms of average house prices, I believe that property prices have already fallen five per cent since the Covid-19 outbreak, however, we may notice further regional falls depending on micro economic and social issues, as some geographic areas have experienced greater outbreaks of this virus. … [Read more...] about Revealed: Durham is the most affordable place to buy a house in UK for second year running while Oxford tops list of most unaffordable
There’s also women’s XX chromosomes that create those aggressive immune responses so effective in fighting disease, but also prone to turn on the body itself (autoimmune diseases, such as lupus and osteoarthritis, are far more common in women). Yet women are more likely than men to receive a psychiatric diagnosis than a physical one (panic attack instead of heart attack), more likely than men to be given lifestyle advice rather than an exploratory x-ray when presenting with IBS – and in the case of “women’s conditions” such as endometriosis, highly likely to be told that the pain they’re experiencing is “normal”. (In the UK, it takes women an average of 7.5 years to get an endometriosis diagnosis – and even then, we’ve developed few effective treatments for this debilitating disease.) … [Read more...] about Why does medicine treat women like men?