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The frontrunner vaccine entered human trials in March and is on track for the key next phase, Moderna’s chairman told CNBC.
“It is highly likely that we will have—I don’t know whether you want to call it a second wave—but we will have a return of infections as we get into the next season,” Fauci said.
If you’ve not been looking for Venus over the past few nights, it’s time to have a peek:
As the coronavirus pandemic rages in the U.S., rural hospitals are dealing with the same issues that urban hospitals are facing:
COVID-19 and the underserved: What about the 48 million Americans living below the poverty line?
Expectant mothers worry about having to self-isolate away from their newborn if they test positive for coronavirus.
It’s not yet clear if the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 can be easily transmitted through the air, but more public health officials (and President Trump) are beginning to suggest taking precautions - like wearing cloth masks - just in case.
In just a few days, the Event Horizon Telescope will make a much-anticipated announcement where they're expected to release the first-ever image of a black hole's event horizon: by
Scientists have developed a way to quickly produce a mineral that can remove CO2 from the atmosphere:
There are black characters in ancient Icelandic sagas - but mistranslations kept them hidden until recently:
Earth's magnetic north pole has officially moved: By @trevornace