Circumstantial Evidence Points at Possible Wuhan Lab Leak, Says Indian Scientist On Origin of Covid-19

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Amid ongoing probe and research into the origins of Covid-19, Indian scientist Monali Rahalkar seems more inclined to believe that the virus was not natural and there was an accidental leak from a Wuhan laboratory as she says circumstantial evidence towards it. China may have attempted to cover it up, says the microbiologist. Rahalkar, scientist D … Read more

Harvard scientist advocates for more funding into alien life, UFO research

Harvard scientist advocates for more funding into alien life, UFO research

The government should be stowing away more money to look into the presence of extraterrestrial life, Harvard University professor and astrophysicist Avi Loeb argued Tuesday on “Fox News Primetime.” Loeb explained that the scientific community often ridicules the idea of alien existence. Meanwhile, he pushed for following supposed evidence such as UFO sightings and other … Read more

UK in early stages of 3rd wave of coronavirus, warns Indian-origin scientist – Times of India

UK in early stages of 3rd wave of coronavirus, warns Indian-origin scientist - Times of India

LONDON: An eminent Indian-origin scientist advising the British government has warned that there are signs that the UK is in the early stages of a third wave of coronavirus infections and urged Prime Minister Boris Johnson to delay the planned June 21 reopening of the country by a few weeks, according to a media report … Read more

Assam Chief Minister Praises DRDO Scientist For Developing Anti-Covid Drug

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Himanta Biswa Sarma said India is typically poised to offer much to the world (File) Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma congratulated Dr Jubilee Purkayastha, a scientist with the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, for her outstanding contributions in the development of an anti-Covid drug. In a congratulatory letter to Dr Purkayastha … Read more

Only Way to Decrease Covid Variants is by Increasing Vaccination, Says Clinical Scientist Gagandeep Kang

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Stressing that the only way to decrease variants of COVID-19 is by increasing vaccination, prominent clinical scientist Gagandeep Kang said massive inoculation being a mistake is a topic brought up with “pseudo-scientific messy incorrect immunology”. She was reacting to French virologist and Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier’s comments on mass vaccination. Kang said that apparently he … Read more

WHO Top Scientist; Maharashtra Minister Hints at Lifting Curbs in Phased Manner

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‘Made-in-India Nasal Vaccines Could be Game Changer’: WHO Top Scientist on Covid in Kids as 3rd Wave Fear Looms Nasal vaccines, which are being made in India, could be game changers for children. However, it may not be available this year, said World Health Organization’s chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan. The hope comes amid concerns over … Read more

WHO Top Scientist on Covid in Kids as 3rd Wave Fear Looms

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Nasal vaccines, which are being made in India, could be game changers for children. However, it may not be available this year, said World Health Organization’s chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan. The hope comes amid concerns over a probable third wave of the coronavirus pandemic hitting the children. “Some of the nasal vaccines that are going … Read more

Maximum Immune Response with Longer Gap, Says Scientist Who Co-developed Covishield

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India has revised the guidelines on gap between second dose of covid-19 vaccine after recovery from the illness. The government on Wednesday said the second jab be deferred by three months after clinical recovery from Covid-19. While experts have said the booster shot can be effective till six months, there has been apprehension among the … Read more

India’s Double Mutant Variant More Contagious, But Not Vaccine Resistant: Top WHO Scientist

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Even as India faces a second wave of Covid-19, World Health Organisation (WHO) Chief Scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan on Monday said a prelim data has showed that Indian variant is more contagious and transmissible, adding that there is heterogeneity in the country in terms of spread of the infection. Urging people to get the vaccines, … Read more

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