Articles by tag: Moderna

A Pulmonary Expert Weighs in on the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine’s Pause

The mission of Health Matters is to promote health equity by elevating the conversation around healthy habits, preventative health, and relevant public health issues. By approaching these topics with an equitable lens, we can all do our part to empower individuals to make more informed decisions about their health and care.   On this episode,…

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Biden to Order 100 Million More J&J Doses, Boosting Supply

(Bloomberg) President Joe Biden said doubling the U.S. order of Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Covid-19 vaccine will help build a stockpile larger than the country’s population, providing backup doses to meet unexpected needs as new variants of the virus emerge. After the U.S. is satisfied that it has enough supply to meet contingencies it will…

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Dry Ice Becomes a Must for COVID Vaccine Distribution

As the world eagerly awaits the manufacture and distribution of the COVID vaccine, many are considering the many steps that will be needed to deliver these vital vials of medication to the hospitals and pharmacies where they’ll be injected. Moderna’s vaccine has to be shipped at -4˚F, then can be stored at that temperature…

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Pfizer CEO Profits After COVID Vaccine Announcement

Eyebrows raised when Pfizer CEO sold some of his holdings in the company to the tune of $5.6 million. The prescheduled sale came at the perfect time, when the company publicly announced promising results from early COVID vaccine trials. CNBC reports that Bourla’s base salary was $1.65 million in April. After his most recent sale…

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The Tech Divide is Impacting How Well Companies Can Respond to Supply Chain Disruptions
May 20, 2024

In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, the divide between companies with advanced tech capabilities and those lagging behind is widening. This growing tech divide significantly impacts their ability to respond to supply chain disruptions, a crucial factor in maintaining business continuity and efficiency that’s even more pronounced as supply chain resilience is increasingly defined…

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Doing More with Less: Connected and Cloud Technologies Are Working Hard to Solve Farming and Agriculture Needs
May 20, 2024

How can connected and cloud technologies provide solutions to bring innovation and sustainability to meet the growing needs in farming and agriculture? As the global population pushes toward an estimated 10 billion by 2050, the demand for sustainable agriculture has never been more critical. With limited arable land available, the agricultural sector is turning…

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NVIDIA’s A100, H100, and Speedy Roadmap Drive Market Leadership
May 20, 2024

NVIDIA’s strategic advancements in AI hardware are reshaping the competitive landscape of the tech industry. Amidst a backdrop of rapid technological evolution and increasing demand for efficient AI solutions, NVIDIA continues to push the boundaries with its accelerated roadmap. In this brief soundbite, Wes Cummins, CEO at Applied Digital talks with Alicia Shapiro, the…

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A Decade of Supply Chain Disruptions Made U.S. Domestic Logistics Ready for a Baltimore-Style Closure
May 20, 2024

In the wake of the recent Baltimore Bridge collapse, the logistics and supply chain sectors are once again under intense scrutiny. This disaster poses significant questions about the robustness of current supply chain systems and the ability for the whole chain to respond to supply chain disruptions, especially given the past decade’s persistent challenges,…

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