Category: Viruses

Anthony Kerslake and Emma Carr from Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust received the first batch of 300 Ebola proof, medical grade PPE gowns from EIZO Limited to be used across the Trust, in its attempt to keep NHS staff, patients…

In their brand new report “COVID-19 Diagnostics”, global market research firm IDTechEx benchmarked more than 100 commercial devices across various technologies, providing a deep insight into the technology trends and biotech innovations surrounding the COVID-19 global response. For more information…

About the book In December 2019, an infection – first called Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia (NCP) and renamed Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in February 2020 – broke out in Wuhan, one of the largest cities in China, and quickly spread across China.…

VST ENTERPRISES BELIEVES ITS DIGITAL HEALTH PASSPORT WILL GET THE UK BACK TO WORK IN SAFEST POSSIBLE WAY COMPANY IS COMMITTED TO WORKING CLOSELY WITH UK GOVERNMENT & MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS TO DEPLOY SAFE & TRUSTED TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION VST Enterprises Ltd…

The world is confused, anxious and concerned, people are getting mixed messages – what to do? There is plenty of information out there debating on the issue except that it is all about assumptions, speculations and hypothesis but no facts…

Introduction to the Salisbury attack? Nerve agents have made many news headlines following the poisoning of Russian spy Sergei Skripal,66, and his 33-Year old daughter Yulia in Salisbury on the 4th March. Whilst there is no doubt this attack will…

There are more than 6000 known rare diseases and over 30 million people living daily with them. 28th February marks Rare Disease Day 2018, a date that highlights awareness around these conditions and the need for more research into them.…

Flu season this year has been especially bad with Strain H3N2 of Influenza A dubbed the ‘Aussie flu’ has been said to be taking over the UK. Last year it caused havoc in Australia with an estimated 29,000 admissions of…

It seems like every few years, a new disease comes along and spreads like wildfire, leaving a trail of death and devastation in its wake. Are we getting worse at fighting off infections, or are they getting better at invading…

If you have picked up a newspaper, switched on your T.V. or listened to the radio in the last 3 months, it’s a pretty good bet that you’ve heard at least a whisper of Ebola. Outbreaks in West Africa have…