Oana Stroe is a PR specialist and copywriter with experience in engineering, IT and life sciences. She now collects and shares remarkable science stories.
European collaboration receives funding to explore risks and impact of future infectious disease outbreaks.
By Oana Stroe
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In March 2020, planes were grounded, streets went quiet, and our lives changed forever. But while the world came to a halt, many scientists were ramping up their efforts to understand the new virus.
The new collaborative space will help scientists, public health and healthcare professionals around the world to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Crick and EMBL PhDs talk science over coffee
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