Labena Ventures to foster biotech, pharmacy and healthcare ideas
Labena, a Ljubljana-based family-run business, is launching a new platform to link start-up companies and disruptive ideas with venture capital and investment funds in medicine, biotechnology and the food and pharmaceutical industries. More than €100 million will be available, with applications expected from 14 March.
Probe into fake doctor accused of duping patients
A case file against a 65-year-old physiotherapist who claimed to be a neurologist and deceived 15 multiple sclerosis patients has been submitted to an investigating judge, while his identity will be publicized shortly as it is thought the number of his victims is significantly higher.
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Cyprus requires negative Covid tests for China arrivals
Negative Covid-19 tests will be required for people traveling by air from China to Cyprus from January 15, the island's health ministry said on Wednesday.
High-flying experiment: Do stem cells grow better in space?
The experiment is the latest research project that involves shooting stem cells into space…
Turkish experts shed light on story behind obesity, diabetes
A team of experts have conducted a study revealing the genetic structure and change processes of obesity and type-II diabetes by examining the DNA obtained from the bones of 40 people who lived in Anatolia from 10,000 years ago to the present.
The European Commission has Called For a New Vaccination Campaign against COVID-19
The European Commission has called on EU countries to plan vaccination campaigns against COVID-19 in the autumn as a precaution before new waves of infection are expected after temperatures drop.
Pfizer COVID-19 pill showed no benefit in younger adults: Study
Pfizer's COVID-19 pill appears to provide little or no benefit for younger adults, while still reducing the risk of hospitalization and death for high-risk seniors, according to a large study published on Aug. 24.
A German virologist raised his voice: Stop getting vaccinated every three months
In Germany, people over the age of 60 can be vaccinated against the coronavirus for the fourth time. However, Essen virologist Ulf Dittmer warns that too frequent vaccinations could alter the immune system and harm it.
Virologist Dittmer advises against getting vaccinated every three months to avoid mask or test requirements.
Bulgaria’s Health Minister: We are Shortening the Quarantine for both Vaccinated and Non-Vaccinated
"The virus type and mutation are different compared to previous waves. That is why an expert council takes adequate measures week by week, in order for them to not apply for a whole month."
This is what the Acting Minister of Health, Dr. Asen Medzhidiev explained to BNR regarding the current situation with the coronavirus.
Next wave of COVID-19 just started: Professor
The next wave of COVID-19 has started and the method to overcome it is vaccination and face masks, said Faruk Aydın, a professor from Karadeniz Technical University, adding that the cases have risen again since mid-June.
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