Vaccine process shuns the cold

The Hypodermic Rehydration Injection System (HydRIS) yields vaccines that can be stored in tropical heat, say collaborators Nova Labs and Oxford University. The process involves mixing live vaccine with common sugars, dripping the substance onto a glass fiber membrane, and then drying it in low-humidity at room temperature. Video and article

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