Gates backs microneedle polio vaccine work

Georgia Institute of Technology's work on microneedle polio vaccinations will receive a financial boost from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Grand Challenges Explorations initiative. The researchers hope that a microneedle delivery system could pave the way for a safer vaccine transmission using a killed virus rather than the live modified virus used in today's oral vaccines. More

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