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Introducing the Technology Features
These editorially-independent features, published in the Nature and Nature Methods print journals and online on nature.com, spotlight scientists, the technology, and the methods they choose – their views of what works and what does not – providing key information that scientists globally can implement in their own labs.
25 Technology Features are being published in Nature and Nature Methods throughout 2020, and in July, Nature is publishing its next Technology Feature on vaccines.
‘Immunology: Vaccine development in the COVID-19 era’
Vaccines are based on a simple premise: by injecting components of a pathogen before an individual encounters it in the wild, doctors can train the immune system to target and eliminate that pathogen before it can cause disease. For centuries, vaccine-makers relied on weakened or killed versions of the pathogen they wished to thwart. But that strategy hasn’t worked for some ongoing scourges, including HIV, malaria, tuberculosis and dengue fever. And when it comes to COVID-19, the clock is ticking. But today’s vaccinologists are working smarter and faster, developing vaccines using nucleic acids and peptides, and incorporating protein structure and computational methods into their work.
The Technology Feature will cover:
- The challenges of rapid vaccine development
- New approaches to vaccine design
- Accelerating testing with systems immunology
Publication & Publication Date: Nature, July 23, 2020
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