Ebola vaccine that provides a year’s worth of protection developed
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  November 28, 2017  
  Ebola Virus  
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 Ebola vaccine that provides a year’s worth of protection developedEbola vaccine that provides a year’s worth of protection developed
 
Liberia’s Ebola outbreak has yielded a successful trial of two vaccines against the deadly infection that could provide protection for up to a year and is also deemed to be safe.
 
 
 Scientists identify biomarkers that predict risk of death in Ebola patientsScientists identify biomarkers that predict risk of death in Ebola patients
 
Scientists have identified a set of biomarkers that indicate which patients infected with the Ebola virus are most at risk of dying from the disease.
 
   Inductive reasoning can play big role in how people perceive zoonosis risks, study revealsInductive reasoning can play big role in how people perceive zoonosis risks, study reveals
 
If you were bitten by a bird, would you be concerned about getting sick? How likely would you be to seek medical attention? As it turns out, those answers may depend on your knowledge of other animals’ susceptibility to disease.
 
   Scientists harness power of machine learning to predict zoonotic disease outbreaksScientists harness power of machine learning to predict zoonotic disease outbreaks
 
Through a new $2 million National Science Foundation grant, scientists at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, the University of Georgia, and North Carolina A&T State University are harnessing the power of machine learning to forecast outbreaks of zoonotic disease.
 
 Virus Painting, Lipids and Single Particle Charge
 
Virus Painting, Lipids and Single Particle ChargeVarious viral infections still pose a great threat to human and animal health. A wide range of viral species are surrounded by a lipid shell, the envelope, containing viral and cellular proteins.
 
 
 ACS recognizes contributions of five surgeons with Surgical Humanitarian and Volunteerism Awards
 
ACS recognizes contributions of five surgeons with Surgical Humanitarian and Volunteerism AwardsLast night, five surgeons received the 2017 American College of Surgeons/Pfizer Surgical Humanitarian Awards and Surgical Volunteerism Awards in recognition of their selfless efforts as volunteer surgeons who provide care to medically underserved patients abroad.