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Categories: Biology   |   Chemistry   |   Health   |   Science  
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You might have heard that vaccine trials are currently underway in Seattle. What exactly is being tested? How much longer will these tests take? And when can we expect a vaccine against the novel coronavirus? We chat with Dr. Benjamin Neuman, one of the worlds experts on coronavirus, and Daniel Wrapp, one of the scientists who mapped the structure of the protein coronavirus uses to infect your cells, to help us answer these questions.

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Executive Producers:
George Zaidan
Hilary Hudson

Producers:
Andrew Sobey
Elaine Seward

Writer/Host:
Samantha Jones, PhD

Scientific consultants:
Benjamin Neuman, PhD
Daniel Wrapp
Michelle Boucher, PhD
Leila Duman, PhD

Special Thanks:
Ruben Rodriguez

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