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Pfizer-BioNTech seek EU emergency approval for COVID-19 vaccine

Pfizer Inc and BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine could be rolled out in Europe this month, the companies said on Tuesday after they applied for EU emergency approval for the shot

In this file photo taken on 23 November 2020 is pictured a bottle reading "Vaccine Covid-19" next to US pharmaceutical company Pfizer and German biotechnology company BioNTech logos

Hepatitis C drug brings hope for dengue patients after Dhaka research

Novartis, an international pharmaceutical giant, developed the drug in 2008, which was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2014

A dengue patient undergoes treatment at a hospital

Refugee Studies Unit of BRAC University starts journey

The establishment of RSU is a major step in furthering CPJ’s vision to support Bangladesh’s humanitarian and development sectors in building expertise and skills for peace building, justice and ...

Refugee Studies Unit of BRAC University starts journey

Men feel less powerful in their private lives: Study

Men feel less powerful in their private lives than in their public ones, say researchers, adding that power in private space matters more than when among the public

Participants with higher activity in ventral striatum region are less likely to report symptoms of depression when experiencing poor sleep quality. AFP File Photo

Tesla’s Elon Musk tests both positive and negative for COVID-19

In a series of tweets early Friday, Musk said he had conflicting results from rapid “antigen” tests for COVID-19 after he had “mild sniffles & cough & slight fever” in recent days

In this file photo taken on 3 September 2020, Tesla CEO Elon Musk arrives to visit the construction site of the future US electric car giant Tesla in Gruenheide near Berlin

JU professor Mamun among world’s most-cited physicists

Professor Mamun is among the foremost scientists in Bangladesh, with a total of 417 publications in prominent research journals across the globe, and has over 12,000 citations

JU professor Mamun among world’s most-cited physicists

Controversial study says global warming to continue no matter what we do

Natural drivers of global warming -- more heat-trapping clouds, thawing permafrost, and shrinking sea ice -- already set in motion by carbon pollution will take on their own momentum, researchers ...

Aerial shot of the tundra surrounding Churchill pockmarked by shallow kettle lakes that formed when glaciers retreated in Manitoba, Canada, on 25 October 2020

TIB study partial, politically motivated: Quader

Mentioning that the study was carried out in severe negative perspective, the minister said the study stated about Digital Security Act and withdrawing of all cases filed for harassment while giving ...

Obaidul Quader

Extreme uric acid in blood can reduce lifespan by 11 years: Study

High levels of serum uric acid in the blood could reduce people’s chance of surviving and also reduce their lifespans by up to 11 years, say researchers

The miniature robot - the bacteria-inspired brainchild of a team of scientists in Switzerland seeking new methods to deliver drugs to diseased tissue - is designed to wend its way through blood vessels and other systems in the body. Photo: Collected

NASA scientists spot ‘unexpected’ carbon molecule in Titan’s atmosphere

NASA scientists have discovered a molecule in Saturn moon Titans atmosphere that has never been detected in any other atmosphere

NASA scientists spot ‘unexpected’ carbon molecule in Titan’s atmosphere
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