Johnson and Johnson’s COVID-19 Vaccine: How Does It Work?

Learn about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine developed by J&J subsidiary Janssen in this post by Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope.

COVID-19 and the Winter Flu Season: What’s Next?

The winter flu season is going to be a difficult few months in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In this post, Sheeva Azma breaks down the timeline of science research that is occuring and when a COVID-19 vaccine or curative therapy might be available.

Pfizer and BioNTech’s mRNA Vaccine for COVID-19: How Does It Work?

In this post, Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope discusses the vaccine in development by Pfizer and BioNTech — an mRNA-based vaccine that is considered a “dark horse” in the COVID-19 vaccine race.

How the Novavax Vaccine for COVID-19, A Protein Subunit Vaccine, Works

In this post, Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope talks about Novavax, a protein subunit vaccine being developed for COVID-19.

How Does China’s CoronaVac Vaccine for COVID-19 Work?

Learn more about CoronaVac, a COVID-19 inactivated vaccine being developed by Sinovac in China, in this post by Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope.

5 Experts Muse about the Future of COVID-19

Is a post-COVID-19 world possible? Will COVID-19 become endemic? Should we have done it all differently? What about a vaccine? What are the major troubles we are facing? Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope examines what the experts have to say on these questions.

What’s It Like to Participate in a Clinical Trial for a COVID-19 Vaccine?

We speak to a participant in the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine trials for COVID-19 about what it’s like.

How Does the Oxford University/AstraZeneca Vaccine for COVID-19 Work?

Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope discusses the history of, and science behind, the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for COVID-19.

How Does Moderna’s mRNA Vaccine for COVID-19 Work?

In this post, learn about how the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine works. and why this mRNA-based vaccine is a front-runner in the race to a COVID-19 vaccine to mitigate the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.