The emergence of new zoonotic diseases reminds us that humans, animals, and the environment are interconnected.
FISABIO researcher Alma Bracho and doctor and researcher Salvador Macip analyse what we know about the omicron coronavirus variant.
COVID-19 has been the focus of media information. In this compilation, we collect a series of articles that have helped us reflect on the pandemic.
While it would be unwise to consider SARS-CoV-2 as evolutionarily exhausted, it is beginning to struggle to find new evolutionary improvements.
The author reminds us that we are going into a pandemic summer and the situation will remain for a long time. We must be optimist, but remain cautious.
On 24 March 1882, Robert Koch announced his discovery of the Mycobacterium that causes tuberculosis.
Maria Garcés-Sánchez, specialist in paediatrics and researcher in the Vaccines Area at FISABIO, explains why vaccinating children against COVID-19 is not a priority at the moment.
The vaccine protects us against severe forms of COVID-19, but does it prevent us from catching it or infecting others?
The WHO published recommendations on how to name new infectious diseases to avoid stigmatising a country, community, or economic sector.
An analysis of our historical relationship with viruses to understand the reactions to the present pandemic.