Crucial results for corona vaccination strategy

Empa researcher Peter Wick, Head of the Particles-Biology Interactions Laboratory in St. Gallen and Director of contactpointnano.ch talks to Empa Quarterly about recent antibody studies, which are crucial for the development of a COVID-19 vaccine, and the next generation of textile protective materials that inactivate or even kill corona viruses.

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