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    Ep 3: Disease Hunters: Mosquito Mayhem

    Our war with mosquitoes is bloody. Mosquito-borne diseases kill over a million people each year, making mosquitoes the world’s deadliest creatures.
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    Scientists call for new probe into COVID-19 origins - with or without China

    A joint China-World Health Organization (WHO) study into COVID-19 has provided no credible answers about how the pandemic began, and more rigorous ...
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    The Vaccine Quest: Part Two

    The Duke-NUS team is closer to producing a viable vaccine. But creating a viable vaccine is just the first step; producing enough for everyone is ...
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    The Hidden Layer: Healthcare Trailblazers

    The real-life superhero might not be what you expect. They are in fact a pioneering class of scientist, continuously tinkering in tech labs across ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Logo of Google is seen in Davos

    Google names exec to oversee responsible AI research after staff unrest

    Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday named Marian Croak, one of its few Black executives, to oversee research on responsible artificial intelligence ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Google extends work-from-home order to summer 2021

    Google told its scientists to 'strike a positive tone' in AI research - documents

    Alphabet Inc's Google this year moved to tighten control over its scientists' papers by launching a "sensitive topics" review, and in at least ...
  7. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in London

    UK COVID-19 variant may be more able to infect children: Scientists

    A new variant of the coronavirus spreading rapidly in Britain carries mutations that could mean children are as susceptible to becoming infected ...
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    Ep 2: Disease Hunters: Battle Against Bacteria

    Humans and bacteria have been in an evolutionary race for centuries. With the emergence of “Superbugs” and no new antibiotics in sight, we are ...
  9. Anger in Iran over killing of Iran's top nuclear scientist

    Iran's top nuclear scientist stayed in shadows but his work was uncovered

    Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was killed on Friday, led a life of such secrecy that even his age was under wraps but much about the ...
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    Ep 1: Disease Hunters: The Viral Menace

    COVID-19 has brought attention back to deadly viruses. Meet hard-working scientists in Singapore and elsewhere racing to identify emerging ...