Canadian Healthcare Technology: Concordia collaboration for vaccine making progress

Researchers at Concordia University are making good progress on development of a COVID-19 vaccine and they’re not doing it at a medical lab, but rather, from the comfort of home.

The team is using state-of-the-art computer simulations and AI to model potential vaccines that can be tested quickly. Applying reverse vaccinology – a scientific method that uses bioinformatics and genome sequencing to break down the virus’s structural information – they’re able to come up with different options for a cost-effective, universal vaccine.




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