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PARIS (Reuters) - French drugmaker Sanofi is working with a U.S. government agency to develop a vaccine against the new coronavirus from China, saying it could have a candidate ready for clinical trials within a year.
Researchers and drug companies are scrambling to develop vaccines and treatments to fight the new coronavirus that emerged in central China in December and has spread to more than two dozen countries, killing more than 2,000 people.
Disease outbreaks like the coronavirus often unfold too quickly for scientists to find a cure. But in the future, artificial intelligence could help researchers do a better job.
SINGAPORE, Feb 26 (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore manufacturing output rose 3.4 per cent year on year in January, compared to the 3.7 per cent drop in the previous month, according to figures released by the Economic Development Board (EDB) on Wednesday (Feb 26).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump has decided not to take action on imports of titanium sponge, a key input in military aircraft, after a Commerce Department investigation found imports hurt U.S. makers of the material and threaten national security, a memo showed.
UP to 20,000 Umrah pilgrims planning to travel to Saudi Arabia in March will be affected by the kingdom’s temporary suspension of entry for travellers, reported Sinar Harian.Umrah and Haj Travel Agency Association president Datuk Seri Razali Mohd Sham said Muslims
ONG Paul Sherng’s invention differentiates cancerous and healthy cells, and has won him second prize at the Taiwan International Science Fair held earlier this month.
A smartphone app that lets users check the eyes of newborn babies for jaundice may be an effective, low-cost way of identifying which cases need treatment, scientists reported March 2.