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Explaining Immunity With Tic Tacs

Video   Mar 20, 2020 | Original video from LabTube

 

In a time where the shops are getting emptied at a rapid rate, Technology Networks science writer Ruairi J Mackenzie uses an easily available resource to explain how immunity can slow the spread of a virus through a population.

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