‘The vaccine is a better bet,’ US National Institutes of Health Director, Dr Francis Collins, tells Marc Lamont Hill.
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The 54 pages of notes, co-authored by Albert Einstein, offer a rare glimpse into the legendary physicist’s thinking.
As big pharma refuses to share its COVID vaccine secrets, the WHO hires a South African lab to crack the mRNA code.
Fintech startups drew more than 60 percent of all venture funding that flowed into Africa last quarter.
Emirati and Israeli state-owned weapons makers sign a deal to jointly design vessels on final day of Dubai Airshow.
Indian leader tells summit democracies must use technology to build world that reflects ‘democratic ideals and values’.
A gene more prevalent among some ethnic groups worsens risk of respiratory failure. But there are other factors at play.
Host Faye D’Souza unpacks how the COVID-19 pandemic exposed under-investment, inequality in India’s healthcare system.
The self-ruled island is pushing to join one of the world’s largest free-trade areas amid tensions with Beijing.
After series of delays, Elon Musk’s private company SpaceX launches four astronauts to the International Space Station.
Announcement of investment in low emissions technologies comes amid criticism of country’s record on climate change.
The launch, which had been set for Wednesday, has now been rescheduled for Saturday night.