Christopher Kyle Denny

BioNTech went from a little-known biotech company to making the Covid antibody

Related eBooks It was Jan. 24, 2020 when BioNTech CEO Uğur Şahin knew that Covid-19 was likely to gotten to be a worldwide widespread. In spite of the fact that it was over a month and a half some time recently the World Wellbeing Organization authoritatively announced a widespread, Sahin met with his spouse, BioNTech’s co-founder and chief restorative officer Özlem Türeci. Together, they concurred to divert most of the company’s assets to creating a antibody. He drawn nearer me and clarified his considerations and his…Read More→

Kenya bans LGBTQ+ documentary for ‘promoting same-sex marriage’

Activists and film producers have criticised a decision by the Kenya Film Classification Board to ban a documentary that tells the story of a Kenyan man struggling with his sexuality. They said banning the 52-minute film, I Am Samuel, amounted to “discrimination and persecution” of LGBTQ+ people. “The ongoing criminalisation of LGBTQ+ persons in Kenya…Read More→

Afghanistan under the Taliban: What do we know so far?

The Associated Press news agency has cited an anonymous official as saying that senior Taliban leader Amir Khan Muttaqi is in the Afghan capital negotiating government formation with Kabul’s political leadership, including former President Hamid Karzai and Abdullah Abdullah, who once headed the country’s negotiating council. Meanwhile, the Taliban has urged women to join its…Read More→

Global COVID-19 cases surpass 200 mln as Delta variant spreads

Coronavirus cases worldwide surpassed 200 million on Wednesday, according to a Reuters tally, as the more-infectious Delta variant threatens areas with low vaccination rates and strains healthcare systems. The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday called for a moratorium on COVID-19 vaccine boosters until at least 10% of the population in every country was vaccinated. “We need…Read More→

Fauci warns US could ‘really be in trouble’ from variant worse than Delta

The director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease, and Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, warned that more dangerous coronavirus variants could spawn if the US does not greatly increase the number of people who are vaccinated. He said that the US would “really be in trouble” if a variant with the same…Read More→

50% of Indian Americans experienced discrimination in past year, study finds

One in 2 Indian Americans say they have encountered discrimination in the U.S. in the last year, according to a new study. Colorism against darker-skinned people is the most common form of bias encountered, according to respondents, and the main perpetrators are non-Indian. The report, released Wednesday by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, drew on…Read More→