Around the world, there are more than 135 potential candidates at the preclinical stage. 14 potential candidates for the COVID19 vaccine are at the Phase I stage. Over 22 potential vaccines for Coronavirus are in the human trials.Russia has claimed that Moscow State Medical University has successfully completed the clinical trials for the world ''s first coronavirus vaccine. Director of the Institute for Translation Medicine and Biotechnology Vadim Tarasov has revealed that the first batch of volunteers will be discharged on July 15 and the second group will be discharged on July 20. Clinical trials of coronavirus vaccine began at the Gamalei Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology on June 18.Reports are indicating that COVAXIN, jointly developed by Bharat Biotech, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), and National Institute of Virology, Pune, has entered the human trials phase. Another potential candidate Zydus Cadila is still at Phase I.In the UK, two potential Coronavirus vaccine candidates have raised hopes. One is developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca is at Phase III. Another is being developed by Imperial College London and its has entered the Phase II stage.In the US, a potential COVID19 vaccine developed by Moderna is at the Phase II stage and another vaccine Novavax is at the Phase II stage.In China, there are four potential coronavirus vaccine candidates that are at different stages of development. Wuhan Institute and Sinopharm ''s COVID19 vaccine candidate is at the Phase II stage. Sinovac and Instituto Butantan are developing one which is at the Phase III stage. CanSino Biological Inc. and Beijing Institue of Biotech ''s potential coronavirus candidate has been approved for military use. Beijing Institute of Biological products and Sinopharm ''s vaccine candidate is at the Phase II stage.In Germany, BioNTech, Pfizer, and Fosun Pharma ''s potential vaccine candidate has managed to reach the Phase II stage of development.In Australia, Vaxine Pty Ltd and Medytox ''s potential vaccine candidate is at Phase I stage.
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Students from countries as diverse as India, China and Brazil told The Associated Press they are scrambling to devise plans after federal immigration authorities notified colleges this week that international students must leave the US or transfer to another college if their schools operate entirely online this fall.Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology filed a lawsuit this week to block the decision, and now California and Washington state are seeking injunctions against enforcing the new visa policy. "Shame on the Trump Administration for risking not only the education opportunities for students who earned the chance to go to college, but now their health and well being as well,? California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Thursday.Some said they may return home, or move to nearby Canada. "I 'm generating research, I 'm doing work in a great economy, " said Batuhan Mekiker, a Ph.D. student from Turkey studying computer science at Montana State University in Bozeman. He ''s in the third year of a five year program. "If I go to Turkey, I would not have that, " he said. "I would like to be somewhere where my talent is appreciated. " Mathias, a Seattle based student who spoke on condition his last name not be used for fear of losing his immigration status, said he is set to sell his car, break his lease, and get his cat Louis permission to fly back to his home in Paris in the next two weeks. "Everyone ''s very worried, " he said. "We have our whole lives here. " Seven students from China and Germany who attend universities in California sued Friday to block enforcement, alleging potential threats to their health and financial calamity. " The policy treats them as pawns for the president ''s politically motivated decision, " Mark Rosenbaum of nonprofit Public Counsel, which filed the suit, said in a statement.Many American universities have come to depend on the revenue from more than 1 million international students, who typically pay higher tuition. President Donald Trump has insisted they return to in person instruction as soon as possible, alleging that schools are being kept closed to harm the economy and make him look bad.The guidance was released the same day Harvard announced it would keep all undergraduate classes online this fall. Harvard said the new Trump directive would prevent many of its 5,000 international students from remaining in the US.The University of Southern California sent a letter to students and faculty, saying it is "deeply troubled " and that the the policy could negatively impact countless international students. " Like other universities, USC said it was pushing back and working to ensure students ' academic careers aren ''t harmed, while exploring ways for students to safely study in person if they wish.The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said the directive could inflict significant harm on colleges, students, the business community and the economy. A U.S. State Department press release said the policy provides greater flexibility for non immigrant students to continue their education in the United States, while also allowing for proper social distancing on open and operating campuses.A day after Harvard sued, the university notified the court that immigration authorities appear to be already enforcing the policy. A lawyer for Harvard urged the judge to suspend the rule, saying that a first year student from Belarus was turned away from his flight at a Minsk airport. There is another hearing Friday. "This is very dangerous and cruel, " said Jessie Peng, a Chinese graduate student in analytics at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. "We have nowhere to go, " said Peng, 27. "Either risk our lives and go to school or we risk our lives flying back to China. " Jasdeep Mandia, a doctoral candidate from India studying economics at Arizona State University, said he has breathing problems that could worsen if he gets sick from COVID 19.Mandia, 35, originally planned to conduct all his fall studies online. He says the Trump directive puts the shaky standing of international students on display. "It has never been a level playing field, " he said. "But this makes it more apparent. "At Indiana University, American scholar Dakota Murray wrote in the school newspaper about his uncertainty over how the guidance would affect him and his wife, a fellow doctoral candidate who is from South Korea. Murray, 27, said he and his wife had discussed going to live in South Korea or maybe Canada, where she has relatives. He spoke on condition that his wife ''s name not be used because she is trying to obtain a green card that will let her work and reside in the U.S. after she finishes her studies.Vanderbilt University student Safa Shahzad went home to Manchester, England, for a visit in March but got stuck there when the U.S. imposed travel restrictions to slow the spread of the virus.Still in England, the 19 year old, who is double majoring in politics and computer science, completed her freshman year from afar after the university transitioned online. Although Vanderbilt has said courses will be a hybrid of online and in person this fall, Shahzad cannot travel to the U.S. until the Trump administration lifts the travel restrictions. "I 'm just kind of waiting, " she said.
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The company has now changed its focus from China to Germany wherein it plans to setup a factory and start selling its products in Europe. Munjal stated that the demand for bicycles have increased worldwide and to cater to that, Hero has increased its production capacity as well. However, smaller players are the ones who have been severely affected. Hero has been working to offer them support with their technical expertise and help them develop and manufacture high end parts that were otherwise being imported from China.
Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to MessengerMessengerMessenger Share to TelegramTelegramTelegram By AuthorTelanganaToday Prof. KP Singh Published: 6th Jul 2020 12:12 amUpdated: 5th Jul 2020 9:31 pmThe university is ranked 157 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education.Hyderabad: Located in one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, Dresden, Technical University of Dresden s origin can be traced back to 1828 when it was founded as the Royal Saxon Technical School. Today, TU Dresden is a modern, multidisciplinary university and one of the biggest technical universities in Germany. The university is one of eleven German universities which succeeded in the Excellence Initiative in 2012, thus getting the title of a ;University of Excellence . It is also a member of TU9, an association of the nine leading German Institutions of Technology.With 18 faculties in five areas, the university offers a wide range of 124 courses and covers a broad research spectrum with areas of focus on biomedicine and bioengineering, materials science, information technology and microelectronics, energy and the environment, as well as culture and social change. The various faculties in its five schools include Faculty of Biology, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty of Mathematics, Faculty of Chemistry amp; Food Chemistry, Faculty of Physics, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Linguistics, Literature amp; Cultural Studies, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Arts, Humanities amp; Social Sciences, Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Business amp; Economics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Transport amp; Traffic Sciences, Faculty of Electrical amp; Computer Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science, Faculty of Mechanical Science amp; Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Science amp; Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and Faculty of Medicine Carl Gustav Carus.
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Tesla Inc., the unquestionable trailblazer in the global automotive industry, had been creating a mobile molecule printer in a bid to assist a German vaccine manufacturer CureVac, whose pandemic vaccines had reportedly shown progresses in animal trials, the Palo Alto, California based e vehicle industry titan Tesla Inc.boss Elon Musk said in a tweet on Wednesday. As a matter of fact, latest development on CureVac ''s pandemic vaccine development program came forth a day after the Tesla Inc. had become the most valuable carmaker in the world in terms of market valuation which on Tuesday ''s market closure was stood roughly at $209 billion or 3 per cent higher than its closest competitor Toyota Motors Corp.
The Michael Bay produced pandemic thriller Songbird had hoped to go into production soon as Hollywood looks to resume film shoots amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. But now it #39;s been hit with a "Do Not Work " notice from SAG AFTRA. The film, whose cast was unveiled on June 24, is backed by Bay, as well as Invisible Narratives, run by former Paramount Pictures exec Adam Goodman and Disney exec Andrew Sugerman, and Catchlight Films, founded by Blumhouse veterans Jessica Hall Malanaphy and Jeanette Volturno and producers Marcei A. Brown and Rick A. Osako.