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First ‘wave’ of COVID-19 vaccination to cover 30 crore Indians

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"About 30 crore people will beAbout 30 crore people will be part of the first “wave” to get the COVID-19 vaccine in India. They consist of health care workers, police personnel, those above 50 and those younger with underlying illnesses ...

AstraZeneca vaccine’s 90% efficacy came in younger trial group

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"The dose of AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine that showed the highest level of effectiveness was tested in a younger population than a bigger dose that showed less efficacy, according to the head of the US Operation Warp Speed program. The vaccine being ...

AstraZeneca manufacturing error clouds vaccine study results

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"AstraZeneca and Oxford University on Wednesday acknowledged a manufacturing error that is raising questions about preliminary results of their experimental COVID-19 vaccine. A statement describing the error came days after the company and the university described the shots as “highly effective” ...

AstraZeneca faces more vaccine questions after manufacturing error

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"AstraZeneca Plc and the University of Oxford, among the front-runners in the quest to deliver a Covid-19 vaccine, face mounting questions about their trial results after acknowledging a manufacturing error. While an announcement Monday by Astra and Oxford showed their shot ...

Zymo gets CE IVD mark for Quick-DNA/RNA viral MagBead kit

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Zymo Research, a provider of advanced molecular biology tools, has secured CE IVD mark approval for its Quick-DNA/RNA Viral MagBead Kit. The company has developed the kit for high-throughput purification of viral DNA or RNA from biological samples, which are ...

Takeaways from Oxford University COVID vaccine error

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"An error in the trials of the AstraZeneca-University of Oxford vaccine, AZD1222, has called into question the way vaccine clinical trials during the pandemic have been handled. This is why it matters, and what needs to be done now. What was ...

Fulfilling the O-RAN promise

Fulfilling the O-RAN promise

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www.communicationstoday.co.in - " Telecom operators worldwide are switching to open radio access network (O-RAN) architectures in an effort to simplify 5G RAN deployment and management, enabling efficient scalability to meet rising data demands. The collaborative framework of the O-RAN Alliance, TIP OpenRAN Project, ...

A digital growth story

A digital growth story

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www.communicationstoday.co.in - "On plans for expanding the OFC network Our optical fiber network is present pan-India and we have exclusive RoW for OFC network of 67,415 route kilometers along Railway Track. As of September 30, 2020, our OFC network stands at 57,457 route ...

Towards a gender inclusive digital society

Towards a gender inclusive digital society

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www.communicationstoday.co.in - "In the last few years India has witnessed astounding growth in mobile broadband and digital technologies. We have seen how broadband based technologies have spurred socio-economic growth and significantly contributed in enhancing competencies of communities, businesses and individuals in myriad ...

The golden decade for the Indian diagnostic industry

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"The Indian healthcare sector is emerging as mainstay of India’s economic growth and is split between private and government space. Wherein, over 70 percent of the services is provided by private healthcare, mainly because of the advantage it possesses like ...