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Here is the Under the Radar biotechnology that could beat Moderna in its own game

You know you live in interesting times when clinical biotechnology is being brought to the fore on a global scene. Here’s what’s going on Modern (NASDAQ: mRNA). Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which has been in the limelight himself in recent months, even identified biotechnology days ago for what he called …

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Modern: first patients treated with the COVID-19 vaccine in the phase 2 study

Moderna Inc. announced over the weekend that it had dosed its first participants in each age cohort with its COVID-19 vaccine in the company’s phase 2 study. In one version, the biotechnology company explained that the study will evaluate the safety, reactivity and immunogenicity of two mRNA-1273 vaccinations 28 days apart. Around 600 people are expected to take part in …

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The Chinese factory activity in May cools while weak demand restricts production

BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese factory activity grew at a slower pace in May, but momentum in the service and construction sectors accelerated, indicating an irregular recovery in the world’s second largest economy as businesses emerge by closures guided by the coronavirus. FILE PHOTO: Employees wearing masks following the coronavirus disease outbreak (COVID-19) on a production line of Lynk & Co …

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Over 35 best beers to drink in 2020

It has been brewing beer for a while, but at this point, it is safe to say: we are in the golden age of beer. This means it’s a great time to expand your horizons: embrace your favorites and learn more about them or discover totally new styles for you. To help you do just that, we’ve collected 37 of …

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Pending home sales plummet in April, but demand shows signs of rebound

A “For Sale” sign is seen in front of a house on May 30, 2019 in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle | Getty Images Pending home sales, which measure contracts signed on existing homes, fell 21.8% steeper than expected in April, compared to March, according to the National Association of Realtors. Sales fell 33.8% from April 2019. This is the biggest …

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Oil drops unexpectedly in the creation of the US inventory

An aerial view shows a cruise ship (L) and a tanker anchored near the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles amid the coronavirus pandemic of April 28, 2020 off the coast of Long Beach, California. Mario Tama | Getty Images Oil futures dipped lower on Thursday after sector data showed a surprise increase in US crude oil stocks, which …

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