Omicron or expected mutation? Scientific Committee members announced: It can end Covid

class=”medyanet-inline-adv”> IT WILL BE AVAILABLE IN TWO WEEKS prof. Dr. Tevfik Ozlu: “OmikronThe view that COVID-19 could turn COVID-19 into a seasonal disease is a prediction. There are two scenarios. The fact that the virus spreads faster and is more easily transmitted gives the virus an advantage. It means it will spread quickly and Delta … Read more

The Theory of Evolution: 162 years after its publication, “On the Origin of Species” is still one of the most important scientific books in history

Somaya Nasr BBC News Arabic November 24, 2021 picture released, Getty Images comment on the photo, Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, published in 1859, is considered a cornerstone of evolutionary biology Although more than 160 years have passed since the publication of the book “On the Origin of Species” by the British scientist … Read more

“Civilizations are dying of jealousy, scientific research too”

updated on 11/17/21 Institutional decision-makers are said to be jealous of the success of researchers such as those at the IHU in Marseille. The decline of France in the field of global scientific research is brutal. It dropped to 29th place with Croatia. This could be explained by jealousy, according to Professor Didier Raoult. Yves … Read more

The event that shocked the scientific world: A woman with AIDS recovered without any treatment – Health News

THE SECOND PERSON IN HISTORY TO OVERCOME AIDS However, the unnamed woman in the new study made history as the second patient known to have survived AIDS without assistance from a stem cell transplant or other treatment. The other patient who was reported to have achieved this was a 67-year-old US woman named Loreen Willenberg.

Palm oil may help spread cancer, scientific study finds

A study by scientists warned against the component of palm oil, considering that it could lead to the spread of cancer. This product, according to scientists, is present in half of food products sold in stores as well as cosmetic products. Palm oil contains a component called palmitic acid which scientists say has a “very … Read more

NOXXON Announces the Presentation of Positive Interim Results of the Ongoing GLORIA Phase 1/2 Study in Brain Cancer at the 2021 Society for Neuro-Oncology Annual Scientific Meeting – 11/12/2021 to 08 : 00

To receive all of the company’s financial communications in real time, please register directly by email at the following address: [email protected] Berlin, Germany, November 12, 2021, 08:00 CET – NOXXON Pharma NV (Euronext Growth Paris: ALNOX), a biotechnology company specializing in the development of improved cancer treatments by targeting the tumor microenvironment (MET), announces that … Read more

Pierre-Yves Jeholet pleads for a strengthening of scientific diplomacy: “Dubai is leading a real campaign of seduction”

In this context, a reform of the functioning of the statute and missions of scientific liaison officers and academic and cultural liaison officers is on the table. It should be adopted in the first months of next year. Wallonie-Bruxelles International (WBI), the agency responsible for the common foreign policy of Wallonia, the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and … Read more

Scientific research: Are bananas our cousin?

Popular Science TurkeyAccording to the transfer of; The information comes from a program run by the US National Human Genome Research Institute in 2013. But similar data may have emerged elsewhere. Geneticist Dr. This study, led by Lawrence Brody, was not published, unlike most scientific research. Instead, it was used in the Smithsonian Museum of … Read more

Scientific research: Are bananas our cousin?

Popular Science TurkeyAccording to the transfer of; The information comes from a program run by the US National Human Genome Research Institute in 2013. But similar data may have emerged elsewhere. Geneticist Dr. This study, led by Lawrence Brody, was not published, unlike most scientific research. Instead, it was used in the Smithsonian Museum of … Read more