The company plans to ‘‘clone” its new, small-scale vaccine-making plant in Rockville and put those clones in developing countries to fight influenza. And it has a new partner on board: GE Healthcare, a division of General Electric Co.
The best way to control the deadly bird influenza virus that experts fear could threaten human populations may be a series of small-scale, efficient vaccine plants in developing countries, according to James M. Robinson, vice president at Novavax.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Saudi Arabia most likely would develop nuclear weapons if Iran acquires them, according to a report to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
High-level American diplomats in Riyadh with excellent access to Saudi decision-makers said an Iranian nuclear weapon frightens the Saudis "to their core" and would compel the Saudis to seek nuclear weapons, the report said. The American diplomats were not identified.