Regeneron& 39;s CEO says his pharmaceutical company hopes to test a coronavirus treatment on humans by this Summer.March 04, 2020Leonard Schleifer, CEO of Regeneron said his pharmaceutical company hopes to have a coronavirus treatment ready for testing on humans by August, according to CNBC.RELATED: LATEST UPDATES ON WUHAN& 39;S DEADLY CORONAVIRUSRegeneron confronts coronavirusHowever, the speed of deployment and the viability for patient use will depend on early animal data that his company has, said Schleifer on & 34;The Exchange.
Scientists discovered 300 & 39;huge& 39; viruses that eat bacteria, and their DNA is unbelievably large.February 14, 2020Every day scientists find bizarre, new viruses from around the world. This week, a group of researchers announced the discovery of relatively massive bacteriophages, which are bacteria-infecting viruses.
Tesla employees who pre-ordered Model 3 sedans got their vehicles earlier this week.January 02, 2020Tesla is gearing up to deliver to the public the first of its Model 3 sedans made in China on 7 January, marking a milestone for the electric car maker.According to media reports, the first Model 3 will be delivered during an event at its plant in Shanghai.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the forthcoming Cybertruck will be able to float temporarily, in a tweet.April 20, 2020Tesla& 39;s new Cybertruck will be & 34;able to float for a while,& 34; said CEO Elon Musk, reports Electrek.RELATED: PRESS CLAIMS TESLA NEVER DELIVERED VENTILATORS, ELON MUSK CALLS THEM OUT ON FAKE NEWSElon Musk gets kicks from leaking all-electric tricksElon Musk can& 39;t wait to bring his new electric pickup into production, according to Electrek.
Historically, Japanese swords have been called the soul of the samurai. These intricately made weapons are perhaps the most famous, iconic type of sword to have existed.That is because Japanese swords have long been considered more than just a simple weapon. They are also status symbols, works of art, and have also had a spiritual significance throughout Japanese history.
American men are panic-freezing their sperm with at-home kits due to questionable fears.April 14, 2020Survival instinct and existential anxieties have men left and right panic-buying at-home collection kits to freeze their sperm amid fears COVID-19 will leave them unable to have kids – despite no evidence the virus harms fertility.