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Scientists edge closer to finding human HIV vaccine

New research by scientists shows that orderly immunizations adapted with different phases of immune responses could be the key to a HIV vaccine. The researcher’s 25-year-old aim was to design a vaccine that would prompt the body to generate antibodies that would in return attach themselves to the HIV virus and fight them, preventing infection. Scientists at The Rockefeller University, ...

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Indian-American Harvard scientist moots the idea of magical flying carpet

Indian American scientist at Harvard, Lakshminarayanan Mahadevan, and other scientists — Mederic Argentina of the University of Nice, and Jan Skotheim of the Rockefeller University in New York have  invented the magical flying carpet of Alladdin in Arabian Nights based on the aerodynamics of a flexible, rippling sheet moving through a fluid. The scientists are confident to make one that ...

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