Cathal Mac Coille: Epic scientific achievement is a beacon of hope for the future
The science community’s response to the pandemic has been nothing short of inspirational – and will hopefully encourage the next generation of Stem professionals
This year has been a sad and trying one for many people, but at least we can now see the beginning of a happy ending to the coronavirus story. It took scientists less than a year to develop vaccines against a virus that did not even have a name a year ago, and which by mid-December had caused the deaths of more than 1.6 million people worldwide.
The brilliance and speed of scientific research is the...
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