Leading covid research shows whether someone has Corona, based on a CT scan or X-ray photo
Jelmer Visser explains the movements of the corona pandemic in Europe for Innovation Origins. This week: Is there really light at the end of the tunnel?
Researchers have successfully tested an air filtration system that can remove 90% of aerosols from the air in classrooms.
Days before corona officially appeared in Lombardy in February earlier this year, the virus had already settled in this northern Italian region. This is shown by data from the 112 emergency number.
Scientists at the University of Manchester have found molecules in sebum, secreted by the skin, that are responsible for a unique odor in people with […]
Jelmer Visser identifies the spread of the corona pandemic in Europe for Innovation Origins. Today: what the Netherlands and the Czech Republic have in common with Israel.
In addition to the race against time to develop a vaccine against Covid-19, another race is underway. When will the first quick saliva test be released on the market?
For Innovation Origins, Jelmer Visser analyzes the development of the corona pandemic in Europe. Today: why we're in worse shape than in July, but much better than in March.
Research carried out in Innsbruck, Austria has shown that patients suffering from the COVID-19 respiratory disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus can benefit from long-term targeted aftercare.
COVID-19 has changed businesses in a dramatic way - it remains a challenge to make the right decisions and find the right tools to overcome this
Wild mice resemble humans more than lab mice – and that’s a big deal for those working on a Corona vaccine
Experiments on lab mice often yield wrong results, so wild mice are being added to the mix for greater accuracy
"International rollout of the study is important for patients with severe oxygen deficiency and can reduce the pressure on the ICU capacity."
The faster and more sustainably we accept and integrate existing innovations in order to bring about a turnaround, the faster we can grow beyond ourselves - as a society, as a company, and as a person
A new algorithm reduces the need for standard coronatests in hospitals and increases the efficiency of care.
According to the German scientists, the handy device based on graphene oxide can be used in practice as early as the beginning of next year.
Study: existing tuberculosis vaccine is safe, stimulates the immune system, and may also be effective against COVID-19
The data show "a cautiously positive picture", with a lower number of patients among the vaccinated group, as well as less fatigue symptoms.
Investors' attention was focused on the more mature start-ups, which involve less risk.
Is the second corona wave as bad as the first or is Europe managing to limit its impact with smart measures? Data journalist Jelmer Visser continues to follow developments closely.
Dutch University hospital Radboudumc finds genetic mutation as a reason for lack of defense against corona
"The virus can just take its course because TLR7, which is supposed to identify the intruder and then activate the defense, is hardly present."
It turns out that people can suffer severe brain damage as a result of COVID-19. British doctors are now diagnosing a rare brain disorder much more frequently than before the pandemic.