CORONAVIRUS: THE SCIENCE OF A PANDEMIC
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CORONAVIRUS: THE SCIENCE OF A PANDEMIC
Recorded on: Thursday 16 April 2020
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Overview

As the death toll from covid-19 rises, discover how researchers around the world are racing to understand the virus and prevent future outbreaks. What are the origins of coronaviruses? How are past outbreaks, such as SARS, MERS and H1N1, helping us tackle this pandemic? What are we learning about the biology of covid-19 and how it infects human cells? When will we have a vaccine? How is this pandemic helping us to prepare for the next one?

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Carrie Arnold
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Josie Golding
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Penny Sarchet
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Valerie Jamieson
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