An here we go for a third edition of this distilled of the best STEMsocial posts. Surprise, surprise, the edition of this week is released on Monday. Most posts that are advertised today can consequently still be voted on. Therefore, please don't be shy and don't hesitate to give them a read and show your support (if not already done). These posts are definitely worthy! As for previous weeks, @lemouth took the time to deal with this compilation.
Before moving on with the two best posts that have been selected from all the posts found by our curators last week, here is the most supported ones:
|@lemouth||Dark matter at the Large Hadron Collider - a window on my work|
|@gentleshaid||Propping up your Immune system against COVID-19 and its allies|
|@cyprianj||Critical and detailed insights on Covid-19: All you need to know|
Our top choices
We have all heard about antibodies. But who knows what a nanobody is? There is a connection, of course, and nanobodies can actually be very useful to help fighting various diseases. Cancers consist in one example. To know more about those beasts, please have a look to this last post from @suesa. From your reading, you will also learn the connection with llamas (see the picture).
The COVID-19 is everywhere in the news today. In his very interesting last post, @girolamomarotta discusses the connection between the COVID-19 and tromboses. This quite important relation could actually englighten us with respect to get a more appropriate treatment for the patients entering in intensive care units. Don't hesitate to read the post for more information.
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