The study involved 11 kangaroos that lived in captivity but had not been domesticated
Dr Alexander Chepurnov, 69, was on a skiing trip to France in February this year when he got infected.
The moon lacks the bodies of liquid water that are a hallmark of Earth but scientists said today lunar water is more widespread than previously known
The nanobody developed was called Ty1 - named after Tyson who was a 12-year-old alpaca from Germany who was immunised.
Coronavirus riddle: why does it kill some people but give others not even a mild headache?
As the new coronavirus spreads quickly around the world, it is adapting to its human hosts
Gamers, bitcoin "miners" and companies large and small have teamed up for an unprecedented data-crunching effort that aims to harness idle computing power to accelerate research for a coronavirus treatment.
'The proposal envisions export of $1.3 billion worth of chemicals'
Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Fawad Chaudhry, has urged for the establishment of a system with a civil-military interface for research purpose.