After held up in our own homes for almost two years, COVID does seem like one of the most dangerous diseases. But we cannot put the crown on COVID in that category and here is why… Continue reading Deadliest Viruses in the World
The Results of WHO-China COVID investigation The BBC reported that the results of the investigation held by the WHO in association with the Chinese government say about four conclusions but non of them are definitive. The report said that the WHO team could not get a clear picture of the origin of the virus before it became a global pandemic. Due to lack of access … Continue reading Weekly Trending News – 13th Week
With the rise of corona there were few words that became popular among the people such as Quarantine, PCR, Lock Down, Isolation etc. Rapid Antigen Test is one of them. But how much do you know about it? What is an Antigen? What is the difference between PCR and Rapid Antigen Test? Is it reliable? There are so many questions! In this post you will … Continue reading Rapid Antigen Test
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In 2020 with the COVID 19 outbreak we got familiar with the term “PCR” which is used to identify the infected patients. But what is this PCR? PCR or Polymerase Chain Reaction is a method used to make copies of DNA. This method allows scientists to convert a small amount of DNA sample into millions of copies. It was invented in 1983 by Kary Mullis … Continue reading What is PCR?
It’s almost the end of 2020 and we do not have pleasant memories in this year. It is COVID 19. A virus that killed more than one million of the global population ended millions of careers and businesses and made hand sanitizers more popular than cosmetics brand. The earth is 4.5 billion years old and the first life form appeared on earth 3.7 billion years … Continue reading History of Pandemic
I hope that you have read my previous posts about the series of events happened in the world. Let’s see what has happened in October. The confirmed cases of COVID 19 Changed from 35 million to 40 million and at the end of the month 45 million worldwide. OSIRIS-Rex, a NASA spacecraft touched an asteroid called Bennu and became the company’s first ever probe to … Continue reading 2020 October
The September is a varied month despite the COVID 19 attack. Let’s see the list of events happened in September. The skeletons of 200 mammoths were found at a construction site in Santa Lucia airport in Mexico. The royal astronomical society announced the detection of Phosphine in Venus. Perfectly preserved remains of a cave bear believed to be 22000 – 39500 years old was found … Continue reading 2020 September