A key mutation increase the ability of the virus to bind to human cells, but Pfizer's vaccine still works against it.
From the longest bird flight to the oldest identical twins, 2020 was filled with record-breaking science.
From the incredible efforts of scientists to develop a COVID-19 vaccine in record time to clapping seals, this year had some amazing discoveries.
A new series explores the powerful natural forces that work together to sculpt and support life on our fragile pale blue dot.
Several severe allergic reactions that were reported among hundreds of thousands of people vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine last week.
On Monday (Dec. 14), the very first doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine was given in the U.S., marking the start of a long campaign to vaccinate the U.S. public.
A toxin from an ancient bacteria helps ticks survive and transmit Lyme disease to the humans they feed on, a new study finds.
This comes after two National Health Service members developed allergic reactions to the vaccine on Tuesday.
A string of unexplained illnesses in Cuba, China and elsewhere was likely caused by directed, pulsed radio frequency energy, according to a government report.
New data from Moderna's phase 3 trial confirm that the vaccine is highly effective and protects against severe disease.
Scientists around the world are creating dozens of unique vaccine candidates to fight the novel coronavirus — and they're doing it at unprecedented speeds.
He is known as the "father of fractals" for having discovered one of the most important patterns in nature.
Historians and scientists across Europe have now gotten together with perfumers and museums for a unique project.
The final efficacy analysis of its late-stage trial suggest Pfizer and BioNtech's vaccine is safe and effective at preventing COVID-19.
This comes a week after Pfizer announced similar results, providing hope that the world may soon have multiple vaccines that work effectively.
Both COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising rapidly and exponentially, shattering records set in the spring.
This comes on the the tail of Pfizer's announcement that its experimental coronavirus vaccine may be more than 90% effective in preventing an infection.