In the June issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read how Inovio’s Kate Broderick is helping to reinvent the vaccine, foiling counterfeiters with nanotech, Kenya’s low-key farming boom, and more.
How Inovio’s Kate Broderick Is Helping to Reinvent the Vaccine
|“It took a global pandemic to accomplish one of the most significant advances in the history of vaccinology: widespread, commercial deployment of vaccines derived from nucleic acids. As of this writing…”|
Foiling Counterfeiters With Nanotech
|“What’s the largest criminal enterprise in the world? Narcotics? Gambling? Human trafficking? Nope. The biggest racket is the production and trade of counterfeit goods, which is expected to exceed US $1 trillion...”|
Soon, Your Body Can Be A Display
|“An elderly woman, living alone in a small mountain village, relaxes in the afternoon after finishing lunch. A square sheet of thin rubber clings to the back of her hand. Like a poultice, it stretches and then wrinkles…“|
Kenya’s Low-Key Farming Boom
|“It’s a baking-hot February day in Matanya, a village that straddles the equator, a few hours’ drive north of Nairobi. Smiling broadly, Patrick Gicheru is sowing carrots in layers of soil and compost at his 0.8-hectare…“|
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