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  2. Boston University COVID Strain, Explained – NBC Boston

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    By Susan Tran, Marc Fortier and Michael Rosenfield • Published October 18, 2022 • Updated on October 19, 2022 at 8:20 am. Researchers at Boston University say a headline from the Daily Mail claiming that its scientists “created” a new and deadly strain of COVID-19 is false and misleading. There's some friction between the federal government and Boston University researchers after the publication of a new COVID-19 study.

  3. House GOP presses Boston University on creation of hybrid ...

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    October 27, 2022 02:50 PM. T op Republicans on the House Energy and Commerce Committee are pressuring Boston University to provide more information on research that involved creating a new strain ...

  4. Boston University researchers claim to have developed new ...

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    Researchers at Boston University say they have developed a new COVID strain that has an 80% kill rate following a series of similar experiments first thought to have started the global...

  5. Boston University lab did not create deadly new COVID strain ...

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    Researchers at Boston University's National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories, or NEIDL, have been at work researching COVID-19 since 2020, when they received a sample of the first...

  6. Sen. Marshall Statement on Boston University Risky Gain of ...

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    Sen. Marshall Statement on Boston University Risky Gain of Function Research. ( Washington, D.C., October 17, 2022) – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. issued the following statement after it was revealed researchers at Boston University developed an 80% more lethal COVID strain in a lab. “It is unconscionable that NIH sponsors this lethal gain of function virus research through Boston University and EcoHealth Alliance in densely populated areas, creating potential to kill more people ...

  7. Gain-Of-Function Experiments At Boston University Create A ...

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    Boston University and the researchers who led the study disagree. In a statement issued last week, BU officials wrote: “First, this research is not gain-of-function research, meaning it did...

  8. NIH probes whether Boston University COVID experiments should ...

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    The National Institutes of Health is now examining whether experiments performed at Boston University should have triggered a federal review, the agency says, after scientists at the school...

  9. Science Sherlock: Has Boston University Really Developed a ...

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    The world was in a tizzy after news began to circulate that Boston University had, for some odd reason, created a “new deadly coronavirus strain with an 80% kill rate” — as if the virus ...

  10. News that Boston University created a lethal COVID strain ...

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    BU’s National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories removed an omicron variant spike protein and attached it to a virus of the original COVID strain. This fused virus, as Boston.com...

  11. BU Scientists Awarded $1.9 Million to ... - Boston University

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    Boston University scientists have received nearly $1.9 million in new funding from the Massachusetts Consortium on Pathogen Readiness (MassCPR) to further advance coronavirus research—much of that work made possible by the ability of BU’s National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) to safely house and work with live copies of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.