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Rain On Greenland Ice Sheet, Possibly A First, Signals Climate Change Risk

Rain On Greenland Ice Sheet, Possibly A First, Signals Climate Change Risk

Agence France-Presse | Monday August 23, 2021, Copenhagen

Rain fell at the highest point on Greenland's ice sheet -- possibly for the first time -- in an event Danish scientists on Monday said was most likely driven by climate change.

Pregnant Women Don't Experience More Severe Symptoms After Covid Vaccine Jab: Study

Pregnant Women Don't Experience More Severe Symptoms After Covid Vaccine Jab: Study

Press Trust of India | Friday August 20, 2021, Washington

Pregnant and nursing women who receive the COVID-19 vaccine do not experience symptoms any more severe than their non-pregnant counterparts, according to a survey over 17,000 individuals.

Delta Variant Unable To Evade Antibodies Elicited By Covid Vaccine: Study

Delta Variant Unable To Evade Antibodies Elicited By Covid Vaccine: Study

Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 18, 2021, Washington

The Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, that causes COVID-19, is unable to evade the antibodies generated by vaccination, according to a lab study.

Blood Clotting May Be Root Cause Of Long COVID-19 Syndrome: Study

Blood Clotting May Be Root Cause Of Long COVID-19 Syndrome: Study

Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 17, 2021, London

Patients with long COVID-19 syndrome continue to have higher measures of blood clotting, which may explain their persistent symptoms such as reduced physical fitness and fatigue, according to a study.

New Covid Vaccine Mimics Virus Shape To Provide Robust Protection: Study

New Covid Vaccine Mimics Virus Shape To Provide Robust Protection: Study

Press Trust of India | Saturday August 14, 2021, Washington

Scientists have developed a protein-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate that mimics the shape of the virus to trigger robust antibody response in animals.

COVID-19 May Become A Mostly Childhood Disease In Few Years: Study

COVID-19 May Become A Mostly Childhood Disease In Few Years: Study

Press Trust of India | Thursday August 12, 2021, Washington

COVID-19 may behave like other common-cold coronaviruses in the next few years, affecting mostly young children who have not yet been vaccinated or exposed to the virus, according to a modelling study published on Thursday.

Global Eradication Of COVID-19 More Feasible Than For Polio: Study

Global Eradication Of COVID-19 More Feasible Than For Polio: Study

Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 10, 2021, New Delhi

The global eradication of COVID-19 is more feasible than it is for polio, but considerably less so than it was for smallpox, according to an analysis published in the journal BMJ Global Health on Tuesday.

SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies Remain Stable Or Increase 7 Months After Infection: Study

SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies Remain Stable Or Increase 7 Months After Infection: Study

Press Trust of India | Friday August 06, 2021, London

The levels of IgG antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 remain stable, or even increase, seven months after infection, according to a study of healthcare workers published in the journal Nature Communications on Friday.

Scientists From 4 BRICS Nations Come Together To Study COVID-19's Future Spread

Scientists From 4 BRICS Nations Come Together To Study COVID-19's Future Spread

Press Trust of India | Friday August 06, 2021, New Delhi

Scientists from India, China, Russia and Brazil will carry out genomic sequencing of the novel coronavirus, and also studies on epidemiology and mathematical modelling of the COVID-19 pandemic, a statement said on Friday.

Influenza Vaccine May Protect Against Severe Effects Of COVID-19: Study

Influenza Vaccine May Protect Against Severe Effects Of COVID-19: Study

Press Trust of India | Thursday August 05, 2021, Washington

The annual influenza vaccine may reduce the risk of stroke, sepsis, blood clots and several other severe effects in patients with COVID-19, according to the largest study of its kind.

World's First Re-progammable Commercial Satellite Ready To Launch

World's First Re-progammable Commercial Satellite Ready To Launch

Agence France-Presse | Friday July 30, 2021, Paris

The European Space Agency will on Friday launch the world's first commercial fully re-programmable satellite, paving the way for a new era of more flexible communications.

NASA's Hubble Telescope Finds Evidence Of Water Vapour In Jupiter's Moon

NASA's Hubble Telescope Finds Evidence Of Water Vapour In Jupiter's Moon

Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 28, 2021, Washington

Astronomers have uncovered the first evidence of water vapour in the atmosphere of Jupiter's moon Ganymede by using new and archival datasets from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

Pfizer, AstraZeneca Vaccine Antibody Levels May Decline In 2-3 Months: Lancet Study

Pfizer, AstraZeneca Vaccine Antibody Levels May Decline In 2-3 Months: Lancet Study

Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 27, 2021, London

Total antibody levels start to wane six weeks after complete immunisation with Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, and can reduce by more than 50 per cent over 10 weeks, according to study published in The Lancet journal.

Single Dose Of Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine Triggers Strong Antibody Response: Study

Single Dose Of Sputnik V COVID-19 Vaccine Triggers Strong Antibody Response: Study

Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 14, 2021, London

A single dose of the Sputnik V vaccine may be enough to elicit strong antibody response against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in already infected people, according to a study.

Watch: Russia Military Service Dogs Take Parachute Training

Watch: Russia Military Service Dogs Take Parachute Training

Edited by NDTV Newsdesk | Saturday July 10, 2021

Technodinamika, a Russian aviation holding company, shared the video on their social media pages.