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Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

COVID analysis platform tracks data about COVID-19 worldwide

OSCOVIDA, the Open Science COVID Analysis website is now online at The platform collects and shows analysis plots of COVID19 cases and deaths to better understand the time development of the pandemic ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Mapping the global molecular diagnostics industry for COVID-19 tests

Together with measures like social distancing and self-isolation, quality testing is an essential part of efforts to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. With testing strategies adopted by different countries under intense scrutiny, ...


Accelerating vaccine production with ceramic 3-D printing

Faced with the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world needs a vaccine, and needs it fast. However, the development of an effective vaccine requires a lot of time, effort and the highest safety standards that ...

Medical research

How to carry out rapid clinical research in combating COVID-19

Amid ongoing efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, some European countries have begun to take cautious steps to ease lockdown restrictions while others brace for worse. Like several ongoing EU-funded research projects ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Speeding up the search for an effective COVID-19 cure

As the race against time to find a drug for COVID-19 continues, a team of experts is using a supercomputing platform to combat the current outbreak and efficiently counter future pandemics. At the core of these efforts is ...

Medical research

Molecular mechanisms and methods used to detect COVID-19 infection

Molecular mechanism of infection in cells: The cellular entry of coronaviruses depends on the binding of proteins with viral spicules (S) to the cellular receptors and the priming of the S protein by the host cell proteases. ...

Oncology & Cancer

A novel imaging technique could enable biopsy-free breast screening

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women and accounts for 28 % of the total in the World Health Organization European region. Among women, breast cancer represented 3.7 % of all deaths in the EU in 2016, according ...

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