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This one sign proves Japan is preparing to welcome tourists back
The rickshaw men in Tokyo are adding English-speaking staff, a sure sign Japan is bracing for a return of tourists from abroad.Japan's border controls to curb the spread of coronavirus infections began gradually loosening earlier...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Biotechnology platforms enable fast, customizable vaccine production
An examination of the COVID-related transition to biotechnology platform-based techniques for vaccine development concludes that such smart manufacturing techniques could in the future be applied to other viruses, potentially allowing vaccine development to keep pace with constantly evolving (...)
[Science daily]

Artificial intelligence reveals a never-before described 3D structure in rotavirus spike protein
The tip of rotavirus B spike protein is not only totally different from the corresponding structure in rotavirus A and C, but also no other protein before had been reported to have this structure.
[Science daily]

Atos, UCL and Arm team up to offer wider cloud computing possibilities for life sciences applications
Atos and UCL announced having successfully run the virus sequencing tool, Viridian, which is used to detect mutation of the SARS-Cov-2 strain of the coronavirus, using an Arm®-based Ampere® Altra® processor in a cloud native environment with Atos' integration expertise. This proof of concept (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Atos, UCL and Arm team up to offer wider cloud computing possibilities for life sciences applications
Atos and UCL announced having successfully run the virus sequencing tool, Viridian, which is used to detect mutation of the SARS-Cov-2 strain of the coronavirus, using an Arm®-based Ampere® Altra® processor in a cloud native environment with Atos' integration expertise. This proof of concept (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Early warning system forecasts who needs critical care for COVID-19
An algorithm can accurately predict which hospitalized patients are at the highest risk of death and require critical care, regardless of immune protection status and virus variant.
[Science daily]

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