This is the fourth instalment of our Science to English dictionary. Our first instalment can be found here, the second instalment can be found here and the third instalment can be found here. R Randomized For this definition, let’s look at the simplest possible set up. Imagine you are doing an experiment on whether wearing … Continue reading Q-Z of Research: Science to English Dictionary, Part 3
This is the second instalment of our Science to English dictionary. You can find our first instalment (with terms from A-C) here and our second instalment (D-I) here. L Latent Infection A latent infection can happen when you’re infected by a virus that is able to ‘hide out’ in your cells in a dormant state … Continue reading J-P of Research (Science to English Dictionary: Part 3)
Our author Demitri takes you through some of the key differences between SARS-CoV-2 and the common flu.
This post was reviewed by Dr. Emily Bowman, one of our subject matter experts. The paper we’re demystifying today can be found here, if you’d like to tag along! Summary Researchers investigated the immune system’s T-cell response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus in people who were completely unexposed to COVID-19, people who were exposed to COVID-19 … Continue reading Investigating T cell Immune Response to SARS-CoV-2
Image credit: “Petri dishes with cultures of bacteria grown on agar jelly.” by M. J. Richardson is under a CC BY-SA 2.0 License. This post was reviewed by Dr. Brett Finlay, one of our subject matter experts. This study was conducted by researchers from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The paper we’ll be demystifying … Continue reading The In-Crowd: SARS-CoV-2 vs. Your Microbiome