The ocean could hold the cure to the worst threats to public health. Researchers and experts are using some of the most unknown marine bioresources to make compounds to improve our health and they're doing so without damaging the sea.
Some cyanobacteria and microalgae have existed in the oceans for more than 3.5 billion years and they may hold the key to defeating some of humanity's deadliest diseases.
A European software is enabling researchers to speed up drug production by interpreting chemical compounds and molecules on a range of laboratory machines. Pharmaceutical companies working on COVID-19 vaccines use it every day.
Mateus Webba Da Silva is an international scientist and DNA expert who
A peer review of trials of the Sputnik V vaccine published in The Lancet reports promising results, but adds that more work is needed.
The Ghana-based Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, established more than four decades ago, is yet again stepping up its efforts to fight disease in West Africa as part of its international collaborative research programme.
Futuris travels to Marseille and Cambridge to look at two European projects pooling and sharing data to help the scientific community beat COVID-19.
Futuris explores how researchers from a variety of scientific disciplines are coming together to help better understand and beat COVID-19.
Smart Regions takes a look at one EU project that's strengthening the epidemiological and virological surveillance of COVID-19 by harnessing patient data from 11 European countries.
Futuris looks at how Artificial Intelligence and High Performance Computing are helping in the fight against COVID-19.
Futuris takes a look at how scientists in Spain are using tobacco and molecular farming to help create tailor-made vaccines and antibodies.