• Scientists Discover A New Species Of “Orange And Black” Bats

    Scientists Discover A New Species Of “Orange And Black” Bats0

    A new dichromatic species of bats have been found in West Africa. The Myotis nimbaensis, first spotted in 2018, belongs to the Myotis genus, the richest genus of bats known to date, with over 120 species spread across the globe. The Nimba Mountains In 2018, scientists of the American Museum of Natural History were surveying

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  • 82-Year-Old Receives the First Dose the AZ-Oxford Vaccine

    82-Year-Old Receives the First Dose the AZ-Oxford Vaccine0

    The UK became the first country to approve the AstraZeneca-Oxford covid vaccine, on Wednesday, 30 December 2020. Today, Brian Pinker, 82, became the first person in the world, outside clinical trials, to receive the initial dose of the AZD1222 vaccine.   AZD1222 Vaccine The AZD1222 vaccine uses an adenovirus that infects only chimpanzees as the

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  • The Cognitive Sequels of Covid-19

    The Cognitive Sequels of Covid-190

    According to a non-peer-reviewed report, some people who have suffered and recovered from Covid-19 showed considerable cognitive performance deficits. A study performed by Imperial College London researchers analysed the results of over 80,000 Covid-19 infected patients who were part of a study named the Great British Intelligence Test. The cognitive loss was most significant in

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