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UK Coronavirus Vaccine Prompts Immune Response in Early Test

UK Coronavirus Vaccine Prompts Immune Response in Early Test

| By Maria Cheng | Jul 20
Scientists at Oxford University say their experimental coronavirus vaccine has been shown in an early trial to prompt a protective immune response in hundreds of people who got the shot.

How Does COVID-19 Affect Kids? Science Has Answers and Gaps

How Does COVID-19 Affect Kids? Science Has Answers and Gaps

| By Lindsey Tanner | Jul 18
What role children play in the coronavirus pandemic is the hot-button question of the summer as kids relish their free time while schools labor over how to resume classes.

UAE Mars Mission Liftoff on Japan Rocket Reset for Monday

UAE Mars Mission Liftoff on Japan Rocket Reset for Monday

| By Mari Yamaguchi | Jul 17
The liftoff of a United Arab Emirates' Mars orbiter, postponed due to bad weather at the launch site in southern Japan, is now set for Monday.

China Moves Rocket into Place for Nation's 1st Mars Mission

China Moves Rocket into Place for Nation's 1st Mars Mission

| Jul 17
China has moved a rocket into position to launch a rover to Mars in one of three upcoming missions to the red planet, one from the U.S. and another by the United Arab Emirates.

Virus Prompts Drastic Measures As Death Tolls Set Records

Virus Prompts Drastic Measures As Death Tolls Set Records

| By Nomaan Merchant, Jeffrey Collins, and Aritz Parra | Jul 17
The coronavirus kept surging in hot spots around the U.S. on Thursday, with one city in South Carolina urging people to pray it into submission and a hospital in Texas bringing in military medical personnel.

NASA's Hubble Successor Delayed Again by Virus, Other Issues

NASA's Hubble Successor Delayed Again by Virus, Other Issues

| By Marcia Dunn | Jul 17
The launch of NASA's successor to the Hubble Space Telescope faces seven more months of delay, this time because of the pandemic and technical issues.

Lawmakers in Mexico City Ban Conversion Therapy

Lawmakers in Mexico City Ban Conversion Therapy

| By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jul 16
On Friday July 10, lawmakers in Mexico City voted to ban conversion therapy, Reuters reports.

A Coronavirus Vaccine: Where Does It Stand?

A Coronavirus Vaccine: Where Does It Stand?

| By Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact | Jul 16
As of early July, roughly 160 vaccine projects were underway worldwide, according to the World Health Organization. But will any of them work?

Giant Hawaii Telescope Builders Say No Construction in 2020

Giant Hawaii Telescope Builders Say No Construction in 2020

| Jul 16
Scientists planning to build one of the world's largest telescopes on a Hawaii mountain said Wednesday construction won't begin until at least next year.

Can A Pregnant Woman Spread the Coronavirus to Her Fetus?

Can A Pregnant Woman Spread the Coronavirus to Her Fetus?

| Jul 16
Can a pregnant woman spread the coronavirus to her fetus? It's possible, but it seems to be relatively rare and scientists think they know why that is.

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